Insights and opinions on the latest law, legislation and policies.

Why ambulance services can’t afford to be last on the scene when it comes to collaboration

Nathan East of national law firm Weightmans explains why the ambulance service should embrace collaboration.

Nathan East
Nathan East Partner
Brexit in a page - what you need to know.

Brexit expert Jacqui Bickerton summarises all you need to know about the discussions in Parliament this week.

Jacqui Bickerton
Jacqui Bickerton Associate

Yaxley-Lennon v Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire Constabulary (unreported)

The claimant brought claims against the defendant for discrimination, harassment and breach of Articles 8,9 and 10 ECHR.

Joanna Carty Associate

Sticking to the script

A covert human intelligence source was placed in a witness protection scheme.

John Riddell
John Riddell Partner

Retention of data: Catt v The United Kingdom 2019, European Court of Human Rights

The court determined that whilst the police were justified in collecting data they were not justified in retaining Mr Catt’s data in this case.

Joanna Carty Associate

A pattern of behaviour?

Divisional Court (Hickinbottom LJ and Moulder J) [2018] EWHC 3333 (Admin)

A question of cause and effect

The Court of Appeal agreed that there had been reasonable grounds to suspect the celebrity entertainer; Michael Barrymore.

The vexed question of the execution of duty

A police officer coming to the aid of colleagues when he feared a detainee was reaching for a weapon was acting in the execution of his duty.

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