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Law Society Gazette
Three barristers nominated to be next UK judge at ECtHRUK should leave the convention, but justice secretary Michael Gove has stressed
Three barristers nominated to be next UK judge at ECtHR
Law Society Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
UK should leave the convention, but justice secretary Michael Gove has stressed that he wishes to remain a signatory. However the government's long-awaited British Bill of Rights is expected to propose curbing the influence of the Strasbourg... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Theresa May wants Britain to quit the European Convention on Human RightsBritain should quit the European Convention on Human Rights rather than the EU,
Theresa May wants Britain to quit the European Convention on Human Rights
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
Britain should quit the European Convention on Human Rights rather than the EU, Theresa May claimed today. The Strasbourg court “binds the hands of Parliament” by stopping the Government kicking out “dangerous” foreigners, the Home Secretary... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russian Rejects European Human Rights Court Rulingto vote in Russian elections, the Meduza news website reported Tuesday. The Ru
Russian Rejects European Human Rights Court Ruling
The Moscow Times / Posted 17 days ago
to vote in Russian elections, the Meduza news website reported Tuesday. The Russian Constitutional Court said that the Strasbourg court had no right to demand a change to the Russian Constitution, which currently bars inmates in Russian prisons... Read more
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Times of Malta
Malta sued in European Court of Human Rights over prisoner's deathdamages but afforded no further remedy. Lawyers David Camilleri and Joseph Gat
Malta sued in European Court of Human Rights over prisoner's death
Times of Malta / Posted 26 days ago
damages but afforded no further remedy. Lawyers David Camilleri and Joseph Gatt escalated their legal arguments to the Strasbourg court this week, asking it to find that the Maltese State violated Mr Chetcuti’s right to life. They referred to... Read more
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Times of Malta
To vilify, or not to vilifydeclared by the European Court of Human Rights which has always upheld laws pro
To vilify, or not to vilify
Times of Malta / Posted 1 months ago
declared by the European Court of Human Rights which has always upheld laws prohibiting vilification of religions, the Strasbourg Court endorses laws that seek to control “the manner in which views are advocated rather than the views... Read more

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