‘The government has rejected a proposed legal change that would have allowed for the Ministry of Defence to be prosecuted for corporate manslaughter over deaths during hazardous training such as the SAS exercise on the Brecon Beacons that claimed the lives of three reservists.’
The Guardian, 10th July 2016
‘”Yasmeenah” is seeking an Islamic divorce from her husband and has turned to a Sharia council in the hope one will be granted by Islamic scholars.
This council at Birmingham Central Mosque is one of an estimated 30 established councils across the UK, often referred to as Sharia “courts”.
The BBC has been given rare access.’
BBC News, 11th July 2016
‘Drink or drug-drivers who cause fatal crashes should be charged with manslaughter and should face life sentences in prison, nine in 10 people think.’
Daily Telegraph, 11th July 2016
‘Children and young people should not be “unnecessarily criminalised” for displaying harmful sexual behaviour towards others, an inquiry backed by the charity Barnardo’s has concluded.’
The Guardian, 11th July 2016