Hanane Toumi and her family work and study in Westminster but now commute from Brent.
Archive for Will Fitzgibbon
With three children and a baby on the way Zara Mahamat just wants a stable home.
Watch a short film clip about the Bureau’s new drone project – Naming the Dead.
A new Telegraph investigation into Maria Miller MP’s expenses.
EU resolution criticising UAE human rights record opposed by Tory MEPs.
NYT investigation dissects billions of dollars worth of incentives offered to profitable companies.
HMRC’s four non-executive directors have extensive links with big business.
Fears of human rights clampdown in the wealthy monarchy of Qatar.
CEO turned whistleblower Michael Woodford launches his new book.
Secret justice relies on over 100 lawyers who cannot communicate with their client.
Radio 4 exposes divisions between government and police on merging 43 police forces.
The Court of Protection must balance the interests of the vulnerable and public interest.
What a judge says outside the courtroom can be as important as what he or she says inside.
What happens when electronically-held information creeps into the jury room?
Debunking the myths about blogging and the law.
Journalists seeking to report the courts faced significant obstacles.
A play based on interviews with journalists foresees a bleak future for print media.