Germany: British bishop loses human rights appeal against Holocaust denial conviction

The complaint was brought by Richard Williamson, a British national who was born in 1940 and lives in Kent (the United Kingdom). He is a bishop and a former member of the Society of Saint Pius X.

United Kingdom: Court dismisses mortgage default rights complaint

The case concerned a possession order against a tenant after the landlords, who were also her parents, defaulted on their mortgage payments.

Court backs United Kingdom in human rights row over street brawl death

The case of Makarová v. the United Kingdom (application no. 67149/17) concerned a complaint by the sister of a Czech man killed in London about the criminal proceedings against the suspect.

United Kingdom: Court rejects application by parents of Alfie Evans

The applicants are the parents of Alfie Evans, born on 9 May 2016, who has been on ventilation in hospital after becoming seriously ill with a catastrophic and untreatable, progressive, neurodegenerative condition.

Court rejects Irish request to find torture in 1978 judgment against United Kingdom

The Irish authorities wanted the court to find that men detained by the United Kingdom during Northern Ireland’s civil strife suffered torture, not just inhuman and degrading treatment.