Why the ECHR should go medieval
Will Holmes explains how revisiting medieval debates on natural law could improve the application of modern human rights
Eco-protest barrister to go to European Court of Human Rights after contempt ruling upheld
‘It’s no great surprise that the Supreme Court has decided to side with itself’, embargo-breaker Tim Crosland says
Human rights barrister’s tweet flagging Corbyn ECHR clanger goes viral
European Court of Human Rights is ‘in part an EU institution’, according to Labour leader
UK sixth most human rights-friendly country in Europe
Nordic countries more ECHR-compliant, but UK beats Germany, Italy, Spain and 38 others
ECtHR overturns ruling that allowed boss to snoop on employee’s Yahoo account
Original decision caused right-wing press furore — and inaccurate reporting
Northern Irish women fighting for NHS abortions launch Strasbourg crowdfunding campaign
Taking Supreme Court defeat in their stride
Northern Irish women NOT entitled to abortions on NHS, Supreme Court rules
Landmark case decided by majority of 3:2
Lawyers divided: Has Theresa May made a U-turn on human rights?
Keeping the Human Rights Act is a Tory manifesto pledge
From swimming lessons to solitary confinement — the highs and lows of human rights
A single week shows the diversity of ECHR cases
Withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights – the next Brexit?
Catgate PM talks of “clean break” with European court and convention
EU law or the ECHR: Which does more to combat racial discrimination in Europe?
Both offer something different, but there’s still a long way to go in the fight for racial harmony
Nosy bosses CANNOT read your private WhatsApp conversations due to ECHR ruling
Reporters can’t resist getting a human rights story wrong