Research group Forensic Architecture collected images to use in ECHR case Newly collated evidence documenting Russian military involvement in the conflict in Ukraine will be used to bolster legal claims against the Russian state by Ukrainian volunteer fighters. Forensic Architecture, a London-based research group, has collected and catalogued evidence of Russian military involvement in the… Read More

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Government attempts to use the controversial surveillance technology are thwarted by UK forces Police forces are pushing back against Home Office attempts to roll out facial recognition systems, dealing a harsh blow to government plans to introduce the controversial technology. Kent Police and West Midlands Police were named by ministers in June as collaborating with… Read More

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A dating sim with a difference, artist Angela Washko’s The Game: The Game exposes the manipulative horror of extreme seduction by getting the player to experience it from the woman’s point of view It’s Friday night, and it’s been a long day. You’re a young woman walking into a bar, looking for your friends, when… Read More

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West Midlands police say they did not need section 60 powers now being piloted nationwide West Midlands police have refused to take up an offer of new powers to make it easier for officers to conduct stop and searches. The force was included in a pilot scheme to lower the level of authorisation needed for… Read More

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A BMW driver who killed a traveller known as the ‘King of the Road’ after ploughing into him as he tried to overtake his horse […] The post BMW driver who killed ‘King of the Road’ spared jail appeared first on Court News UK. Go to Source Powered by WPeMatico… Read More

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The UK must not remain silent on human rights violations in Saudi Arabia, says crossbench peer David Alton The spike in executions in Saudi Arabia is great cause for concern, as highlighted by the son of reformist Saudi cleric Salman al-Odah (My father called for reform in Saudi Arabia. Now he faces death, theguardian.com, 13… Read More

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A troubadour caught with six knives on him while trying to live off the land, is facing jail. Conservationist Adam Hunt was spotted at Walthamstow […] The post Woodland dweller faces jail for knife stash appeared first on Court News UK. Go to Source Powered by WPeMatico… Read More

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About 1.59m people dealt with by criminal justice system in year to March, data shows The number of people being prosecuted or handed out-of-court disposals fell to its lowest level since records began, as recorded crime continued to rise, official figures have shown. Related: Why has the charge rate for rape fallen in England and… Read More

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