On International Women’s Day, I wish to pay tribute to a former client named ‘Maria’ who overcame a childhood of abuse and trafficking to take
Category: Human Rights
Government blames NHS crisis on migrants and doubles their surcharge to £400 a year
The government has responded to calls for more funding for the NHS by doubling the surcharge paid by migrants and in essence, blamed them for the crisis.
Indo-Pak couples applying to remain together in the UK
How does the Home Office deal with a mixed Indian-Pakistani couple where neither can get a visa for the other’s country? Should they be allowed remain in the UK together?
Home Office Policy of Deporting EU Rough Sleepers ruled Unlawful
The High Court has ruled that a Home Office policy of detaining and removing EU nationals found rough sleeping is unlawful and must be stopped
Is Britain bringing back the Death Penalty?
I was recently invited onto BBC Newsnight to discuss the legality of proposals to assassinate suspected terrorists.
The Girl whose Father Sold her Into Marriage to Settle a Gambling Debt
Gambling is an evil habit. A gambler loses control of his senses and continues to bet until he loses all his money. But even then