Law In Focus

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Created: 2012-05-08 17:14
Institution: Faculty of Law
Description: Law in Focus is a collection of short videos featuring academics from the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law, addressing legal issues in current affairs and the news. These issues are examples of the many which challenge researchers and students studying undergraduate and postgraduate law at the Faculty.
 

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''Brexit' and EU Social Policy: What has the EU done for me?': Catherine Barnard

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In his speech at Chatham House on 10 November 2015 (https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/prime-ministers-speech-on-europe), the Prime Minister David Cameron outlined those...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 18 Nov 2015


''Brexit' and EU Social Policy: What has the EU done for me?': Catherine Barnard (audio)

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In his speech at Chatham House on 10 November 2015 (https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/prime-ministers-speech-on-europe), the Prime Minister David Cameron outlined those...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 18 Nov 2015


'Are private prosecutions a public benefit, or a public bane?': John Spencer

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There have been several recent egregious examples of private prosecutions, including the case of the Post Office prosecuting numerous Postmasters for losses caused by a faulty IT...

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Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Fri 17 Dec 2021


'Are private prosecutions a public benefit, or a public bane?': John Spencer (audio)

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There have been several recent egregious examples of private prosecutions, including the case of the Post Office prosecuting numerous Postmasters for losses caused by a faulty IT...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Fri 17 Dec 2021


'Brexit: Legally and constitutionally, what now?': Mark Elliott

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In the early hours of 24 June 2016, the result of the UK referendum on EU membership was announced. By a narrow but clear majority the vote was to leave the European...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Fri 24 Jun 2016


'Brexit: Legally and constitutionally, what now?': Mark Elliott (audio)

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In the early hours of 24 June 2016, the result of the UK referendum on EU membership was announced. By a narrow but clear majority the vote was to leave the European Union....

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Fri 24 Jun 2016


'Can Free Movement of Workers be Stopped?': Catherine Barnard

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'How can the government stem the tide of migrant workers coming to the UK?'. This question has been asked with increasing vigour by those who perceive immigration as a threat...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Thu 6 Nov 2014


'Can Free Movement of Workers be Stopped?': Catherine Barnard (audio)

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'How can the government stem the tide of migrant workers coming to the UK?'. This question has been asked with increasing vigour by those who perceive immigration as a threat...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Thu 6 Nov 2014


'Deporting Abu Qatada: the European Court of Human Rights, and Governments': David Feldman

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There has recently been a great deal of controversy surrounding judgments of the European Court of Human Rights in relation to the attempted deportation to Jordan of radical...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 28 May 2012


'Deporting Abu Qatada: the European Court of Human Rights, and Governments': David Feldman (audio)

   3,292 views

There has recently been a great deal of controversy surrounding judgments of the European Court of Human Rights in relation to the attempted deportation to Jordan of radical...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 28 May 2012


'Did Brexit cause P&O job losses?': Catherine Barnard

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On Thurday 17th March leading UK ferry operator P&O Ferries sacked 800 British crew across its entire fleet and stopped all sailings. The move sparked fury amongst employees and...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Fri 25 Mar 2022


'Did Brexit cause P&O job losses?': Catherine Barnard (audio)

   5,806 views

On Thurday 17th March leading UK ferry operator P&O Ferries sacked 800 British crew across its entire fleet and stopped all sailings. The move sparked fury amongst employees and...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Fri 25 Mar 2022


'Does the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill breach international law?': Mark Elliott

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On Monday 13 June, the UK Government published the text of the proposed Northern Ireland Protocol Bill.

The Northern Ireland Protocol forms part of the Withdrawal Agreement...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Fri 17 Jun 2022


'Does the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill breach international law?': Mark Elliott (audio)

   8,602 views

On Monday 13 June, the UK Government published the text of the proposed Northern Ireland Protocol Bill.

The Northern Ireland Protocol forms part of the Withdrawal Agreement...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Fri 17 Jun 2022


'Dogs, Daughters and "Disinheritance" in the Supreme Court': Brian Sloan

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In Ilott v The Blue Cross [2017] UKSC 17 (http://ukscblog.com/new-judgment-ilott-v-the-blue-cross-ors-2017-uksc-17/) the Supreme Court considered the competing claims of the...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 29 Mar 2017


'Dogs, Daughters and "Disinheritance" in the Supreme Court': Brian Sloan (audio)

   647 views

In Ilott v The Blue Cross [2017] UKSC 17 (http://ukscblog.com/new-judgment-ilott-v-the-blue-cross-ors-2017-uksc-17/) the Supreme Court considered the competing claims of the...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 29 Mar 2017


'Has the UK Supreme Court stopped Scottish Independence?': Alison Young

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On the 23rd November the UK Supreme court decided that the Scottish Parliament did not have the power to enact legislation to hold a second independence referendum in...

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Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Tue 29 Nov 2022


'Has the UK Supreme Court stopped Scottish Independence?': Alison Young (audio)

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On the 23rd November the UK Supreme court decided that the Scottish Parliament did not have the power to enact legislation to hold a second independence referendum in Scotland....

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Tue 29 Nov 2022


'House of Lords Reform': Mark Elliott

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The House of Lords Reform Bill, which is currently before Parliament, is the latest of many attempts to reform the upper chamber of the UK Parliament. It is over a hundred years...

Collection: Law In Focus

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 25 Jul 2012


'House of Lords Reform': Mark Elliott (audio)

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The House of Lords Reform Bill, which is currently before Parliament, is the latest of many attempts to reform the upper chamber of the UK Parliament. It is over a hundred years...

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Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 25 Jul 2012


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