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    Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy will survive the bitter battle over her successor

    02:05, September 20 3 0

    When, in 2015, Time magazine made Ruth Bader Ginsburg one of its 100 most influential people, it was the conservative and fellow supreme court justice Antonin Scalia who observed: “Ginsburg has had two distinguished legal careers, either one of which would alone entitle her to be one of Time’s 100.”
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    Letters: Suella Braverman – blindly in thrall to Cummings and co

    01:28, September 20 3 0

    The arrogant and duplicitous nature of Boris Johnson’s government is summed up by the attorney general’s assertion that, despite the proposals to “disapply” part of the Brexit withdrawal deal, the government remained “committed to the rule of law” (“Top lawyers slam minister for wrecking UK’s reputation”, News). Breaking international law in a “specific and limited way” should be anathema to all members of the government. The inability of Suella Braverman and her fellow travellers to see what is staring them in the face and apparent to anyone not in thrall to Johnson is simply staggering. It is surely a case of the blond leading the blind.Mike PenderCardiff
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    Tell us: what are pandemic conditions like in UK prisons?

    04:08, September 18 18 0

    Prisons went into highly restrictive lockdowns earlier this year in attempts to prevent coronavirus transmission. While some have been opening up and relaxing the measures, which included prisoners spending much longer in their cells and bans on visits from relatives and friends, others still have restrictions on regular prison life.
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    Letter: Anthony Lester obituary

    12:44, September 17 25 0

    When the Race Relations Board was established by the Race Relations Act 1965 I was fortunate enough to be appointed as its legal adviser. I soon met Anthony Lester, a young barrister who had pressed for it with CARD (the Campaign against Racial Discrimination).
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    UK judge halts Home Office flight to remove asylum seekers

    16:07, September 16 40 0

    A senior high court judge has halted a charter flight hours before up to 20 asylum seekers who crossed the Channel to the UK in small boats were due to be forcibly removed to Spain, a country they had previously passed through.