Tag Archives: Rule of law

Prime Minister’s “speech”

History and political science are odd subjects. I recently posted on an Arab dictator who was universally acknowledged as a hero. But now I am forced, somewhat belatedly, to write about a leader of the western world – the British … Continue reading

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Palestine legal action fundraiser

Prominent legal practitioners at the English Bar such as MICHAEL MANSFIELD QC and MICHEL MASSIH QC will be showing their solidarity with the cause of the Palestinian people against Israeli atrocity and war crimes. The PLAF is inspired by the success of … Continue reading

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December Palestine fundraiser in London

Just to take a break (thank God!) from more immigration law developments, I have the pleasure to inform everyone that my friend from law school barrister Mary Nazzal-Batayneh is holding a fundraising event for the Palestine Legal Aid Fund (PLAF). … Continue reading

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