Dr Steve Foster examines the government’s recent proposals to repealing the Human Rights Act 1998
Dr Steve Foster examines the legal battle in both the domestic courts and the Strasbourg Court over the legality of sending asylum seekers to Rwanda.
Dr Steve Foster looks at the upcoming Grand Chamber hearing in Macatė v Lithuania, which will consider the legality of a domestic ban on a children’s book with Article 10 of the ECHR
Dr Steve Foster notes a recent decision upholding the fundamental right of journalists to protect its sources
Dr Steve Foster examines a recent Privy Council case on constitutional interpretation and compliance with human rights
Dr Steve Foster examines a recent decision of the High Court that highlights the importance of using proportionality in human rights disputes, here in the context of restricting peaceful protest
Dr Steve Foster explores the implications of the recent Supreme Court decision in Bloomberg LP v ZXC  UKSC 5 on an individual’s privacy and reputation interests, press freedom and investigative journalism.
Dr Steve Foster reports on another case of the courts reminding the government to follow the rule of law: Craig v HM Advocate  UKSC 6
Dr Steve Foster, Associate Professor in Law at Coventry University, examines a rare decision of the European Court that upholds freedom of expression over religious sensibilities.
Dr Steve Foster reflects on the divorce proceedings between the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, their impact on modern privacy cases and how the case may have been treated differently if it were to be heard now.