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In the wake of a recent application being approved by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), scientists are speculating about the possibility of being allowed to edit the DNA

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Recently in Northern Ireland significant precedent in discrimination law was set out in relation to the case: Gareth Lee v Ashers Bakery and others. The case famously concerned a ‘gay

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Legislation passed by Parliament, known as statute law, can be very complicated. Many statutes are incomprehensible and inaccessible to those untrained in how to read and interpret legislation.

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The Van Gogh museum has recently revealed that the colours in Van Gogh’s paintings are not quite as vibrant as the original colours the artist used in the 1880s and

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Deciding whether a summer school is going to be beneficial for you can seem like a daunting task. As such, we bring you our simple fact file which explores the

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One of the most intriguing features of last year’s England riots was the role of social media and digital platforms, not only as a catalyst for lawbreakers, but as a

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Wandering around a dull and boring gallery is unfortunately an experience that many people know very well. Having a spectator unable to find any piece of work to catch their

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Once upon a time, self-publishing was a way to get your story between covers when no agency would take it. With the advent of the digital revolution, it’s become a

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Over the past few years or so the history curriculum in this country has been subjected to intense criticism and debate.  It seems as though at least three major issues

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The long-running debate about the full-faced veil (the niqab) has arisen again in relation to a witness’s right to provide evidence in court whilst wearing the niqab. The 22-year old witness

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