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Law Commission Consultation Papers and Reports

Law CommissionThe Law Commission's main task is to review areas of the law and to make recommendations for change. The Commission seeks to ensure that the law is as simple, accessible, fair, modern and cost-effective as possible. ...more

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Rights To Light: HC  796

The report 'Rights To Light (HC 796)' examines the law granting landowners rights to ensure their property receives enough natural light....more

Electoral Law: Consultation Paper No 218, SLCDP 158, NILC 20

'Electoral Law (LCCP 218, SLCDP 158, NILC 20)' reviews the law governing the conduct of elections and referendums in the UK, and sets out our provisional proposals and questions for consultation with the public....more

Legislative Tracking The All Follows Service from TSO

Legislative Tracking - The All Follows Service from TSOThe All Follows legislative tracking service offers you an easy way to follow the progress of legislation. Each morning publications are identified and issued to All Follows customers that relate to their chosen Bill, up to and following Royal Assent....more

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) - CODE C: Revised Code of Practice

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) - CODE C Revised Code of Practice for the detention, treatment and questioning of persons by police officers ....more

Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) - CODE H : Revised Code of Practice

Revised code of practice in connection with: The detention, treatment and questioning by police officers of persons in police detention under section 41 of, and schedule 8 to, the Terrorism Act 2000. The treatment and questioning by police officers of detained persons in respect of whom an authorisation to ...more

EU Data Protection Law: A 'Right To Be Forgotten': HL 40, Second Report of Session 2014-15

The Home Affairs, Health and Education EU Sub-Committee finds that a recent judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) is wrong in principle, and the assumption of the Presidency that the 'right to be forgotten' exists has created an unworkable and unreasonable situation, according to ...more

Data Sharing Between Public Bodies: A Scoping Report: HC 505

'Data Sharing Between Public Bodies: A Scoping Report (HC 505)' follows the Law Commission consultation 'Data Sharing Between Public Bodies: A Consultation Paper' (see below) into the sharing of data between public bodies....more

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