Tag: immigration

An Introduction to Public Law: Three Short Videos on the Belmarsh Prison case

The Belmarsh Prison case — which arose from the UK’s treatment of foreign terror suspects following the 9/11 attacks in the USA — illustrates a series of fundamental points about how the UK constitution works, and provides an excellent starting-point for anyone who is interested in public law.

The Queen’s Speech, the Immigration Bill and Article 8 ECHR

The Government has made no secret of its determination to make it harder for foreign criminals to resist deportation on the ground that it would infringe their right to private and family life under Article […]