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Police refused permission to appeal to the Supreme Court in 999 case
On Wednesday three Supreme Court Judges, Lady Hale, Lord Wilson and Lord Reed refused Humberside Police permission to appeal against the Court of Appeal's judgment of 18th October 2013.
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Poverty Policy challenge successful
Some of the poorest children in East London are now better off thanks to a court case brought by one of our clients, in which the Council's policy to give each child just £23.10 per week to live...
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Father sues Council in battle against incinerator in London's newest country park
Lawyers for Croydon resident Shasha Khan have today served a formal letter on Sutton Council threatening to file a judicial review in the High Court unless the council withdraws planning permission...
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