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The right to be forgotten|
The recent court judgement forcing Google to delete a link to a story revealing a Spanish man’s history of insolvency has reignited an age-old debate about the balance between privacy and freedom of expression.
Food for thought|
What is speculative trading and how can it lead to food poverty?
Courts raise the bar in global age|
Do our law courts deserve a reputation for being part of a bygone era – stuffy, rigid and out of touch?
I write the songs (not you)|
How did a famous pop melody lead to legal action 40 years later and what does the case tell us about creative people and copyright?
Questioning stop and search|
Could drugs policy actually have a negative impact on the communities that it is designed to protect?
Who's the Daddy?|
With many families not fitting the 'traditional model', the law is struggling to define who and what a parent is.
Law and the holocaust|
What can the Nazi legal persecution of the Jews tell us about the morality of the law?
How far can employers pry into our private lives?|
Human rights law can show new paths for the protection of workers' rights.
New extreme porn law will be 'impossible to enforce'|
Consenting adult fetishists may be wrongly prosecuted, legal research suggests.
Women crime and character|
A legal and literary look at the changing face of England from Moll Flanders to Tess of the d'Urbervilles.