European court: asking asylum seekers to prove sexuality is breach of human rights – Daily Telegraph

Posted December 3rd, 2014 in asylum, EC law, homosexuality, human rights, news, proof by sally

‘European Court of Justice rules accepting video evidence in asylum cases that hinge on sexuality is a breach of human rights.’

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Daily Telegraph, 2nd December 2014

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MPs call for Commons debate on UK’s extradition rules – BBC News

Posted November 1st, 2011 in extradition, news, parliament, proof by sally

“A cross-party group of MPs is demanding a full Commons debate on the UK’s extradition rules.”

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BBC News, 1st November 2011

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Marshall and others v Deputy Governor of Bermuda and others – WLR Daily

Posted May 25th, 2010 in armed forces, Bermuda, judicial review, law reports, Privy Council, proof by sally

Marshall and others v Deputy Governor of Bermuda and others [2010] UKPC 9; [2010] WLR (D) 133

“Although, in public law proceedings, a public authority had a duty to furnish the court with information which it alone was in a position to provide and without which it would not be possible for the court to assess the merits of an issue which had been raised, that duty did not transfer to the authority the onus of proving matters which a claimant was under a duty and in a position to prove.”

WLR Daily, 24th May 2010

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Official Receiver v McKay – WLR Daily

Posted June 18th, 2009 in bankruptcy, law reports, proof by sally

Official Receiver v McKay [2009] EWCA Civ 467; [2009] WLR (D) 191

“Where the only proven debt against a bankrupt’s estate had been withdrawn by the creditor for whatever reason, the court was empowered under s 282(1)(b) of the Insolvency Act 1986 to annul the bankruptcy order on the footing that the proven debt no longer existed at the time the annulment order was made, without investigating whether the proven debt had been fully paid or expunged.”

WLR Daily, 17th June 2009

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Grayson v United Kingdom – Times Law Reports

Posted October 2nd, 2008 in confiscation, human rights, law reports, proceeds of crime, proof by sally

Grayson v United Kingdom

European Court of Human Rights

“It was not incompatible with the notion of a fair hearing in criminal proceedings for the onus of proof to be placed on the accused to provide a credible account of his financial situation, once it has been proved that he had been involved in extensive and lucrative drug dealing over a period of years.”

The Times, 2nd October 2008

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