Human Trafficking: Prosecution of criminals

Human Trafficking: Prosecution of criminals


People trafficking is not a new phenomenon. It is now a form of modern-day slavery. Those criminals perpetrating people trafficking do so for one principal reason. To force those who are trafficked to commit crimes, whether it is through the offer of sexual services, through the provision of manual labour where the principal employer pays ’ gangmasters’…


COVID-19: Employers’ Liability Claims


On March 23rd 2020, amidst the growing domestic threat posed by the global coronavirus pandemic, the UK entered a nationwide lockdown. All non-essential businesses were ordered to shut their doors indefinitely. Prime Minister Boris Johnson effectively prohibited people from going to work, except in cases where that work was “absolutely necessary and couldn’t be done from home”.…


50 Shades Too Far – Enough Is Enough!


In criminal defences, the so-called “consent of sexual gratification defence” known publicly as the ‘Rough Sex Defence’ is a frequent defence in criminal proceedings. Essentially, a defendant argues that an injury or death occurred because of injuries……


Post Brexit: What will life be like in the UK?


As of January 31, 2020, Britain officially stopped being a part of the European Union (EU) and Brexit had finally become a reality. Brexit, the ‘affectionate’ term used for Britain exiting the EU, has resulted in a plethora of complications, many of which are still being dealt with as the UK parliament……

windrush scandal

What is the Windrush Scandal?


You have to go back over half a century to understand fully what the Windrush scandal is all about. To put it bluntly, the Windrush scandal is not one of the UK parliament’s finest hours when placed in the context of human right…


Can you protest legally during a lockdown?


The year 2020 has seen more social, political, and biological turmoil in the span of its six-month life than most decades seen combined. Catalysing early on in the year, the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has swept the globe…


Why Facebook is causing divorce?


When Facebook burst onto the scene in 2004, it was a way for Harvard University Students to keep in touch. It quickly evolved into something much bigger,…

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