In the case of Lazarovv Bulgaria the High Court found itself in some legal difficulty as it sought to deal with an appeal against an extradition judgment from Westminster Magistrates’ Court that was replete with mistakes.
In the fourth post in our Public Law team’s blog series, Emily Carter examines the powers of the court to review the hundreds of pieces of secondary legislation being swiftly created in preparation for Brexit.
Many who voted for Brexit did so to ‘Take Back Control’ from the EU, but who will legislative control pass to after Exit Day and what are the possible consequences for our constitution and for all of us? In the third post in our Public Law team’s blog series Fred Allen outlines the processes by which secondary legislation is enacted and examines how these might affect judicial scrutiny. Follow our Public Law blog for more.
Since its implementation, the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (“the MSA”) has not only increased public and corporate awareness of slavery in the modern day but has focused the government’s and Crown Prosecution Service’s (“CPS”) attention and resources towards fighting people trafficking, modern slavery, organised immigration crime and forced labour.