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Baroness Hale of Richmond, the UK’s Supreme Court Deputy President, is the most senior female judge in the history of the country. In this filmed interview she discusses issues including the representation of women and minority groups in the legal profession, discrimination, diversity, family law, legal aid, the Supreme Court, the Human Rights Act and the European Court on Human Rights.
Released on Jan 15, 2015
IBAHRI welcomes court ruling that Metropolitan Police in London unlawfully banned climate campaign group
Following widespread protesting by Extinction Rebellion – an international climate change campaign group – in October 2019, the Metropolitan Police in London, the capital of the United Kingdom (UK), had placed a ban on any more than two people belonging to the group assembling to protest anywhere in the city.
IBA Global Insight, June/July 2016. Since its inception under the Treaty of Rome in 1958, no country has ever exited the European Union. The possibility of entering uncharted waters has ensured fraught debate ahead of the United Kingdom’s referendum on membership.
In the run-up to the UK’s referendum on EU membership on 23 June, experts are warning that there are still many questions left unanswered