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Home Secretary, Theresa May, speaking at the Girl Summit
22 Apr 2015
The case   The Conservatives launched their election manifesto last week and it does not look to have been influenced by the more liberal side of the...
10 Jun 2014
The United States has the first amendment “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;...
25 Apr 2014
The US newspaper the Wall Street Journal has suggested that the Federal Communications Commission is considering creating a premium “fast lane” on...
1 Apr 2014
The Case When you name your donkey you don’t expect to have to consider that there may be consequences for your choice. And especially that the...
27 Mar 2014
On the 14th March the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced “its intent to...
27 Feb 2014
On Monday 24 February 2014, Uganda’s president signed into law a bill that criminalises homosexuality. The law punishes anyone convicted of having gay...
26 Feb 2014
The ruling National Transitional Council (NTC) on 2 May 2012 approved "Law 37 of 2012 on the Criminalization of the Glorification of the Dictator,"...
9 Jan 2014
In the UK, the government is attempting to legislate against “anti-social behaviour”. One key proposal is to replace the existing Anti Social...
3 Jan 2014
Campaign group Americans for Prosperity, a right wing organization pressure group established with the support of Charles and David Koch, who combined own the...
2 Jan 2014
On New Year’s Day, the biggest changes in recent years to libel law in England and Wales came in to force. The Defamation Act 2013 follows a lengthy...
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