Month: April 2018

Is Driving Someone to Euthanasia Murder?

On 23rd September 2015, Van Dongen’s former partner, Berlinah Wallace, threw a glass of sulphuric acid into his face. He was taken into hospital and suffered physically and mentally. Fifteen months after the attack, Mr Van Dongen travelled […]

  Uncategorised 30 April 2018  

THE ROHINGYA STORY: NOT OVER YET

News coverage of the Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar has slowly died down within the last three or so months. However, it has been reported that within the last few days, Rohingya Muslims are slowly returning to Myanmar. However, […]

  Uncategorised 19 April 2018  

A diary of a week in Vietnam

In March, a group of 11 second year law students travelled to Ho Chi Minh city for a week to experience the culture and legal regime of Vietnam.  In amongst various cultural trips, including the Mekong Delta, Cu […]

  Uncategorised 18 April 2018  
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LEVIES: THE SOLUTION TO POLLUTION

Everyone should be somewhat familiar with the 5p charge on plastic bags, or more formally, the levy imposed by the Single Use Carrier Bags Charges (England) Order 2015. Large businesses, which are defined as retailers who have 250 […]

  Uncategorised 16 April 2018