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Religious Law

‘Cab rank’ system to be judicially reviewed

On 2nd February the High Court of England and Wales granted permission for a judicial review of a coroner’s policy of applying the ‘cab rank’ rule for dealing with unexplained deaths.

 

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Local Judicial Review - Humanist Marriages

Permission granted to humanist marriage challenge

On 10th May 2017 the High Court granted permission to Laura Lacole’s challenge to have her forthcoming humanist marriage legally recognised. 

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Freedom of Thought, Conscience & Religion, Northern Ireland High Court, Religious Law

Christian care worker loses legal challenge on Sunday working

The Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal of a Christian children’s care worker against the decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) that a requirement that she work on Sundays indirectly discriminated against her on the grounds of religion or belief.

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Religious Law