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Legislation creating protest-free buffer zones around abortion clinics in Northern Ireland is compatible with European human rights laws, the UK Supreme Court has unanimously ruled. The Abortion Services (Safe Access Zones) Bill was referred to the court in May by the Attorney General for Northern I

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The UK Supreme Court will sit in Manchester next March, Lord Reed has announced. The sitting in Manchester will be the first time the court has ever sat outside one of the four UK capital cities. Three cases will be heard when the court, whose permanent home is in central London, sits at the Manches

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The UK Supreme Court has determined that HM Revenue and Customs has the power to refuse to accept a taxable person’s self-assessment claim and decide at a later date to pay a lower amount than was claimed after an appeal by a Scottish optician business. DCM Optical Holdings Ltd, which trades a

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Sir David Richards will be sworn in as a new justice of the UK Supreme Court on Monday. The ceremony will take place in Courtroom 1 in the presence of the other justices, Sir David’s family, friends and invited guests.

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The Supreme Court has refused permission to appeal in a challenge to the Rwanda asylum plan. The appellant originally applied to the High Court for permission to bring an application for judicial review of Home Secretary Priti Patel's decision that certain people who have made claims for asylum in t

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Legislation creating protest-free buffer zones around abortion clinics in Northern Ireland has been referred to the UK Supreme Court to determine whether it is compatible with European human rights laws. The Abortion Services (Safe Access Zones) Bill was approved by MLAs shortly before the Assembly

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The UK Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal in a high-profile case aimed at preventing the prescription of puberty-blocking drugs to transgender children under the age of 16. In Bell v Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, lawyers for Keira Bell – a woman who said she regretted taking pubert

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The UK Supreme Court has refused to give whistleblower Julian Assange permission to appeal against his extradition to the US. He had attempted to appeal on the basis he is at risk of suicide but the justices said the application did not raise “an arguable point of law”. 

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