Ireland: ‘Troubles-era’ human rights dispute with United Kingdom reaches judgement day

The European Court of Human Rights 19 March-scheduled ruling in the case Ireland v. the United Kingdom (no. 5310/71), concerns Ireland’s request to revise a 1978 judgment so as to find that a group of men suffered torture at the hands of the British authorities during the troubles in Northern Ireland.

Court: UK right to deprive suspected Al- Shabaab terrorist of his citizenship

Human rights judges have agreed that the United Kingdom was right to deprive a suspected terrorist of his citizenship.

United Kingdom: Court set for judgement on Omagh bomb human rights complaint

Later this week, Strasbourg judges will make known their ruling on a complaint concerning the 1998 Omagh bombing, the single worst atrocity of the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles.’

United Kingdom: Experts warn Jersey authorities over money laundering prosecutions and convictions

The Council of Europe’s Committee of Experts on the Evaluation of Anti-Money Laundering Measures and the Financing of Terrorism (or MONEYVAL) wants Jersey to increase the number of money-laundering convictions and confiscations.

United Kingdom: Court ruling on Jean Charles de Menezes fatal police-shooting complaint

European court judges decided that the criminal justice and prosecutorial system in the United Kingdom did not undermine the investigation into the fatal incident.