To what extent do international agreements or the European Charter of Fundamental Rights protect the work of journalists? Does international law guarantee minimum standards for journalism, and are these sufficiently implemented by national legal systems? Where, and to what extent, are actual principles of media law codified: for example, the protection of sources and source material, as well as personal security? … [Read more...] about Journalism in international law – protected or defenseless?
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Chapman said May’s stance on the ECJ had also had a knock-on effect in other areas, including forcing the government to pull out of Euratom – the European body that oversees standards in the nuclear industry across the continent – because the ECJ is the ultimate enforcer of its rules. … [Read more...] about PM’s European court stance has ‘hamstrung’ Brexit negotiations
'I want to find a deal,' he said. 'I have looked carefully at No Deal. Yes, we could do it, the UK could certainly get through it, but be in no doubt that outcome would be a failure of statecraft for which we would all be responsible. … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson admits he has just FIVE WEEKS to get a Brexit deal: PM softens his tone in talks with Leo Varadkar saying he wants an agreement before rebel law forces a delay on October 19 – and No Deal would be ‘failure’
The married father of two was a partner with one of London's biggest firms Linklaters, and was one of a weekend trip to Devon ahead of a friend's wedding, a Plymouth inquest heard today. … [Read more...] about Partner at Linklaters law firm, 44, died of brain injury after tumbling over bike handlebars while not wearing helmet
The safety agency notified Honda on March 14, and it inspected the car with Honda on Friday and determined that the inflator was blown apart in the crash. 'The rupture was confirmed at this inspection, and we announced the findings the same day,' Honda spokesman Chris Martin said. … [Read more...] about Is your car a death trap? Warning issued to owners of Japanese cars in Australia as 24th person dies thanks to a faulty airbag – as it’s revealed 25,000 people are driving affected vehicles