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    Can Trump legally use emergency powers to build a border wall? Experts weigh in

    19:45, February 14 28 0 If President Donald Trump declares a national emergency to build a border wall, experts say the emergency declaration itself likely would be judged fully within his powers as the president of the United States. But it's much less clear that the president's emergency powers permit him to build a wall using the military construction statutes most observers think he'll use. And if he does, it's still possible that the project could be tied up in eminent domain challenges until 2020 or later.

    Trump will call an emergency to fund border wall

    17:05, February 14 26 0

    President Donald Trump/ President Donald Trump will declare a national emergency to fund a border wall without congressional approval, according to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

    Christopher Chope was wrong to object to FGM bill

    13:38, February 14 28 0

    In response to Dr Brenda Kelly’s letter (13 February) regarding her experience of courts making an interim supervision order, this could only be made if a local authority was already involved with the litigation. This misses the point of the bill that Sir Christopher Chope objected to.

    Judges who wed couples can’t refuse same-sex unions, ABA ethics opinion says

    11:07, February 14 25 0 Judges who perform marriages may not refuse to perform marriages for same-sex couples, according to a recently released Formal Ethics Opinion from the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility. Judges not only must follow the law but also must act impartially and free from bias or prejudice, the opinion says.