Updates on this include new GDPR guidance from the Information Commissioner. It is still unknown what deal (if any) will be struck between t...
At least until 29th March 2019, the UK remains a member of the EU and bound by EU law. The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 provides tha...
The definition, and deciding whether it is met ‘Disability’ is defined in s.6 EqA as follows: There is supplementary detail on the definitio...
For direct discrimination and harassment, it need not be the claimant who has the disability under the Equality Act. Summary Discrimination ...
The government has now published its ‘Great Repeal Bill’ White Paper setting out proposals to incorporate EU law into UK law, but with Parli...
Summary The European Union has its court in Luxembourg and has issued a large body of legislation. It must be distinguished from the Europea...
Summary Criminal law is largely statutory, and aims to deter, punish and reform. It is mainly prosecuted by the Crown Prosecution Service, o...