R (on the application of MM (Lebanon)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 10.
Hunter v Scottish Ministers & Others  CSOH 71
O’NEILL AND LAUCHLAN v. THE UNITED KINGDOM
By Claire Mitchell The Victims and Witnesses Scotland Act was brought into force in 2014 and heralded a new commitment to respect the rights of those involved in the Court process. In particular, it created a duty on the Courts, Scottish Ministers and the Lord Advocate amongst others to have regard to a number of […]
There is no human right to smoke. So held Lord Stewart while allowing a petition for judicial review of the decision of the State Hospital Board for Scotland, responsible for management of the State Hospital Carstairs to introduce a complete prohibition on smoking at the State Hospital. Less striking, perhaps, but of wider importance is […]