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.

United Kingdom: Human rights review 2015

This review presents the key human rights events and European court cases affecting the United Kingdom this year.

United Kingdom: Homeless Birmingham mum loses council housing human rights complaint

The case concerned the legislative scheme in the United Kingdom under which local authorities have a duty to provide housing to the homeless.

Court: ‘Naked Rambler’ bids for new hearing into United Kingdom human rights complaint

Next week, Stephen Peter Gough, dubbed the ‘Naked Rambler’ will hope human rights judges agree to his request for a new hearing into his complaint against the United Kingdom.