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Ending physical punishment of children could be good thing: Society

Response on proposed bill recognises culture change on children's rights

Access to justice trumps employment tribunal fees, Supreme Court rules

2013 charges against both domestic and EU law

Exam scripts are candidate's personal data, EU advocate general believes

Opinion in Irish case supports subject's data access request

Public sector to come under socio-economic equality duty

Scottish ministers consult on duty to reduce poverty and inequality

Commissioner calls ministers in breach of children's rights over smacking

Call for active support of member's bill to ban physical punishment

US murder charge Scot loses second human rights extradition challenge

Strasbourg court stands by previous ruling despite subsequent case law

Inquiry chair's action against ministers following resignation dismissed

No relevant averments of contract or human rights breach, judge holds

Supreme Court allows Lord Advocate's appeal in Taiwan extradition case

Judges reject human rights challenges by man who fled to UK

Human Rights Court turns down plea of Charlie Gard's parents

UK doctors to be allowed to turn off baby's life support

Revised named person scheme brought to the Parliament

Bill includes stronger parental rights and controls on sharing information

Decision letter reduced as Home Secretary applied wrong "family life" test

No "exceptional dependency" required in case of adult children