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94-year-old wins privacy human rights case against UK over data

Police wrong to retain personal data without proper safeguards or review

"Nazi pug" accused refused leave for Supreme Court appeal

High Court rules no power to take appeal in this case

Human Rights Act not safe post-Brexit, Lords committee warns

Minister's reply indicates intention to revisit the issue

Scottish Government consults on prisoner voting rights

Views invited on proposal to allow short term prisoners to vote

Twofold challenge to achieve human rights in Scotland: Commission chair

Robertson speech welcomes report of First Minister's advisory group

Scotland can become human rights leader, advisory group reports

First Minister's group calls for new comprehensive legal framework

MPs investigate human rights threat from private company data use

Evidence invited on whether action needed

Nairobi woman is Faculty's first International Human Rights winner

Salome Nduta the "standout candidate" for standing up for others

Assisted dying campaigner refused permission for Supreme Court appeal

Majority decision against motor neurone sufferer Noel Conway

Holyrood committee seeks stronger action on human rights

Report proposes boost to Parliament's and members' roles

Human rights damages should be available for more judicial acts: report

UK Parliament committee calls for redrafting of remedial order

Scotland can learn from others on enforcing human rights: report

Better protections needed for economic, social and cultural rights