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While we wait for a response to the independent review of the MHA we are writing a series of blogs highlighting the case for change and our thoughts on the review’s recommendations
We look at some of the legal issues faced in the workplace by people with mental health problems and highlight two government consultations.
The Court of Protection gives guidance on when Personal Welfare Deputies should be appointed.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal looks into the difficulties people with mental health problems have when disclosing their problems to their employers.
The Department for Education has published guidance aimed at reducing restraint of children and young people with mental health difficulties in special schools and health and social care settings.
The Ombudsman found that Leeds City Council had failed multiple times to ensure that a girl with anxiety received a suitable education
The EHRC challenged the use of PAVA spray in prisons and forced concessions from the Ministry of Justice.
The Court of Protection made orders allowing a hospital trust to perform a caesarean on a woman with bipolar, against her wishes.
The Ombudsman found Staffordshire County Council failed to process DoLS applications in accordance with legislation and statutory guidance.
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