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Liberty has announced it will seek a Judicial Review of the Government’s “emergency” surveillance law on behalf of MPs David Davis and Tom Watson
The civil liberties and human rights organisatio Liberty has applied for a fresh inquest into the death of a young British Army recruit at Deepcut barracks.
A woman subjected to years of forced domestic labour has received a full apology from the police force which initially failed to protect her.
The civil liberties and human rights organisation Liberty responsed to the Home Office’s 'Go home' vans by putting its own van on the streets of London yesterday.
Doreen Lawrence has given her backing to the “Lawrence amendment” – a reform which would require prior judicial authorisation for undercover policing operations.
The case of Michael Black and John Morgan was heard today (17 September) in Reading County Court.The couple were refused accommodation at a B&B in 2010.
Liberty has today (14 February) launched a campaign, ‘For Their Eyes Only’, against the Government’s Justice and Security Green Paper.
Liberty is seeking a judicial review of the decision by the Metropolitan Police to search peaceful protesters en route to a non-violent demonstration at an Essex oil refinery.
Sir Hugh Orde, president of the Association of Chief Police Officers, has called for undercover policing operations to be authorised in advance by a judge.
The case of a Sikh pupil suspended from a Welsh school for wearing a wrist bangle is now likely to go to judicial review after the school concerned refused to adopt a more flexible dress policy and is seeking further legal advice.