The UK’s Department of Education announced on 18th July 2019 a new proposal to raise the Ofsted registration fees.
Six prisoners in South Sudan should be unconditionally released after being unlawfully detained without trial since November 2018, say Human Rights Watch.
In this article, #NotYourPorn Founder Kate Isaacs discusses the holes in the UK’s current Revenge Porn laws, and how the announced legal reform doesn’t address the porn industry.
Minister for the Cabinet Office Oliver Dowden and MoD and Cabinet Office Minister Johnny Mercer will oversee a new Office for Veterans’ Affairs to provide lifelong support to military personnel.
President Trump should renew the grant of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to almost 7,000 Syrians living in the United States, who have the legal right to stay under US law.
Jeremy Corbyn MP, Leader of the Labour Party, will today (26 July) visit Liverpool to announce major plans for a £3.5 billion investment in the Mersey Tidal Power Project.
Human Rights Watch said that PM Boris Johnson must address the rising use of food banks, the ongoing weapons export to Saudi Arabia and the genuine application of human rights in foreign policy.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson launches a police recruitment drive by employing 20,000 new officers, confirming the commitment to make streets safer as he entered Downing Street.
Here, we look at who made it into PM Johnson’s chosen few after the Cabinet reshuffle.
The appointment of Sajid Javid as Chancellor provides new hope for fixing the pension allowance crisis argues Gary Smith, Chartered Financial Planner at Tilney.
Amnesty International UK Director Kate Allen advises Home Secretary Priti Patel to reform the inhumane immigration system, which is considered by legal experts to be 'broken'.
Here, Shaun Collings details why leveraging relevant data, enhancing citizen trust and transforming data structures are key to data-enabled informative decision making.
The Period Poverty Taskforce, which will focus its efforts on tackling the issue of period poverty and wider stigma around menstruation in the UK, met for the for time today.
On 22 July, LGBT marriage and abortion is now legal through legislation passed in UK parliament, soon to become law for Northern Ireland.
The Home Office has launched a consultation on statutory guidance for police on firearms licensing to ensure officers are consistently checking applicants’ medical records in order to better protect the public.
Immigration solicitor Anne Morris questions how the Home Office will deliver complete UK immigration reform when it is already struggling under the current status quo.
Since June 3rd, Sudan has been experiencing an almost-complete internet blackout with devastating effects on the lives of citizens, such as their ability to communicate and organise protests.
In this article, immigration attorney Kushal Patel exposes how undocumented female victims of sexual, physical and emotional abuse feel unable to go to the police, due to the policy adopted by President Trump.
Here, Laura Sharp and Georgina Wright assess the ongoing social, economic and political situation in Venezuela to explore the likelihood of the country experiencing a complete societal shutdown.
Here, David Vaughan and Sneha Nainwal illuminate what really happens in the geopolitical shifts between countries: they discuss changes of government, the complexities of foreign law, and exiting binding cross-border contracts.