Tag Archives: High Court

DRIP, DRIP, DRIP …

Reposted from Guardian on line High court rules data retention and surveillance legislation unlawful Victory for Tory MP David Davis and Labour’s Tom Watson, who said there were insufficient privacy safeguards, as judges find Dripa inconsistent with EU law Labour … Continue reading

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Vicar wins High Court battle over council tax summons

Reposted from Public Sector Executive The vicar who challenged a magistrates’ court and council over the £125 cost of a council tax summons has won his case in the High Court. PSE reported on the start of the case, which … Continue reading

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U.K. court forces bipolar woman to undergo C-section, give up baby

Think this couldn’t happen in Britain … it already has. British officials had a baby forcibly removed by cesarean section after a High Court ruled the child’s mother was incapable of being a fit parent. Essex social services obtained an order against the woman that … Continue reading

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