Month: June 2017

Supreme Court rejects appeal that women in Northern Ireland should be entitled to free abortions under the NHS

Today, the Supreme Court rejected an appeal that claimed Jeremy Hunt, as health secretary, had unlawfully failed to make provisions for women in Northern Ireland to come to England in order to access free NHS abortions. The Law […]

  Uncategorised 14 June 2017  

UoG Law Clinic: one year on

The University of Gloucestershire’s Law Clinic has now been up and running for an academic year.  Student advisors have assisted over 20 clients with diverse issues including employment law, consumer law, commercial law, starting a business and licensing. Student […]

  Uncategorised 12 June 2017  

Are You Ready to Vote?

A week today, on Thursday 8th June, the polling stations will once again be open, this time for the general election.  This is the third time in just over three years the British public have been asked to […]

  Uncategorised 1 June 2017