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Legal Aid Antipathy, MoD Worries and Scrutinising Surveillance – The Human Rights Roundup

We are delighted to reblog the views of highly respected Human Rights lawyers. They have no financial interest in what TomMcNally disgracefully described as a “wage negotiation.” They are, like us, concerned at this Governments attempts to stifle challenge to its own unlawful behaviour

UK Human Rights Blog

Human rights roundup AGWelcome back to the UK Human Rights Roundup, your regular grape and strawberry fondu of human rights news. The full list of links can be found here. You can also find our table of human rights cases here and previous roundups here. Links compiled by Adam Wagner, post by Sarina Kidd.

This week, important figures criticise the legal aid reforms, the MoD may have to watch their back, surveillance activities threaten to challenge a number of laws and secret ‘justice’ is slammed once again.

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