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Migrants’ Rights Network (MRN) represented by Liberty brought a legal challenge arguing that the data-sharing arrangement was not appropriate.
The Independent Review has published its final report.
This is also known as “Seni’s Law” after Olaseni Lewis who tragically died aged 23, after being restrained on a mental health ward by police officers. At the inquest the restraint used was deemed to be excessive, unreasonable and disproportionate.
The Supreme Court ruled on whether a conditionally discharged patient can consent to a deprivation of liberty.
Report by Stonewall into mental health, accessing treatment and smoking, alcohol and drugs among LGBT people.
Disability discrimination in the provision of statutory mental health services.
A&E receptionist found negligent due to misleading information on waiting times
The High Court considers the case of a young woman at high risk of sexual harm and gives guidance on how to approach cases which necessitate restrictions in areas where people have capacity.
The Tribunal Procedure Committee drops unpopular proposals to remove Pre-Hearing Examinations and reduce oral hearings
The Court of Protection gives guidance on whether you can ever ask for euthanasia in your Lasting Power of Attorney.
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