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Serco lock change opponents refused appeal permission

Supreme Court panel decision marks end of the road

Morrisons not liable for rogue employee data breach

Workers lose out as Supreme Court allows appeal

Tribunals rule on trafficking status: Supreme Court

Commission's appeal upheld in forced labour case

Human Rights Court adopts anti-coronavirus measures

Hearings cancelled; application time limit suspended for a month

Biometrics Commissioner Bill passes final stage

Unanimous support at Holyrood after "consensual" debate

Human rights ruling against UK in police data case

Indefinite biometric data retention without safeguards breached article 8

Terrorist release bill questioned in rule of law report

Bingham Centre raises issue over changed expectations of serving prisoners

Facial recognition tech not fit for police use, MSPs report

Committee calls for proper legal regulation of use

UK scores fewest human rights cases per head of population

Annual analysis reveals growth in case backlog at Strasbourg court

Police practices among concerns raised in new human rights report

Commission lists 200 points in report to UN

Which bodies should share debt and fraud data? Ministers consult

Scottish authorities to be named for Digital Economy Act powers

A long game, but human rights will prevail, Sands argues

Philippe Sands QC delivers JUSTICE Scotland annual lecture