New members go to High Court to challenge rule change
Friday 5th Aug 2016
posted by Will Stone in Britain
High Court decision angers victims’ relatives
Friday 18th Dec 2015
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
by Our News Desk
A HIGH Court judge ruled yesterday that the government’s failure to exempt some unpaid carers from the benefit cap was “objectively unjustifiable indirect discrimination” and therefore unlawful.
The ruling came after two carers of...
Friday 27th Nov 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
A HIGH COURT judge ruled Uber minicabs lawful yesterday following an ongoing row between the cab-hailing app and black cab drivers.
Black cab drivers, many of them members of general union GMB, felt that Uber private-hire drivers were moving in on their territory and provided unfair...
Saturday 17th Oct 2015
IAIN DUNCAN SMITH fell foul of the courts yet again yesterday when a judge ruled that delays paying new benefits to two disabled claimants were both “unacceptable” and “unlawful.”
The High Court was told at a recent hearing that vulnerable people had been forced...
Saturday 6th Jun 2015
Battle against snooping unites political foes
Friday 5th Jun 2015
Court rules against excessive legal charges
Thursday 7th May 2015
ARTS students cried foul yesterday as they were dragged into court to defend the right to occupy in protest over cuts to courses and services.
University of the Arts London (UAL) anti-cuts campaigners faced an emergency hearing at the High Court after management decided to take out a...
Saturday 11th Apr 2015
CAMPAIGNERS swore they would see ministers in the Court of Appeal after the High Court threw out a challenge to employment tribunal fees yesterday.
Public-sector union Unison argued that the Con-Dems’ new fees regime breached EU legal principles and rendered...
Thursday 18th Dec 2014
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Wednesday 17th Dec 2014