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The appellants were arrested under the Terrorism Act 2000 [‘TA 2000’] on returning from Syria and their children were taken into police protection under the Children Act 1989 [‘CA 1989’].
The Forum applied for access to copies of documents used in two sets of proceedings involving Cape Intermediate Holdings Ltd (‘Cape’), an asbestos manufacturer and supplier, as they believed that these documents contained valuable information that could aid other asbestos-related litigation.
On 29th May 2019, the decision of a District Judge (Magistrates Court) (“the DJ”) found there was a proper case to issue a summons against conservative MP (and now Prime Minister), Boris Johnson (“the Claimant”) for the offence of misconduct in a public office.
The Abortion Act 1967, section 1(1)(a), provides that the termination of a pregnancy is lawful when ‘two registered medical practitioners are of the opinion’ that the risk of harm ‘to the physical or mental health of a pregnant woman’ continuing with a pregnancy is greater than terminating a pregnancy.