The Government is facing calls to create protest-free “safe zones” outside all abortion clinics after the Court of Appeal rejected a challenge against the first in the UK.
Campaigners have lost a Court of Appeal challenge against the country’s first protest-free “buffer zone” outside an abortion clinic.
Parliament will step in to change Northern Ireland’s strict law on abortion if a court rules it is incompatible with individual human rights, Women and Equalities Minister Penny Mordaunt has said.
Sir Michael Morpurgo has warned that Britons risk losing their human rights if they continue to take them for granted.
Hiding drugs in the meals of care home residents could soon be made illegal as an Aberdeen campaigner’s 20-year crusade nears completion.
Brexit could have a “devastating impact” on Camphill communities in Scotland supporting people with learning disabilities, according to a report from the charity.
Scottish Labour deputy leader Kezia Dugdale has said her party would stand with the SNP to try and stop the new UK Government repealing the human rights act.
A pair of predatory paedophiles who murdered a woman yesterday launched a human rights challenge in a bid to see each other in prison as they serve their life sentences.
Winston Churchill would have been sacked by Prime Minister David Cameron today because he believed in human rights, a senior Labour MP has claimed.