Day: October 10, 2020

Boris Johnson ‘plans to opt out of human rights laws’ amid Brexit row

Boris Johnson is planning to opt out of parts of the Human Rights Act, according to reports.

The prime minister is said be considering ways to prevent the legislation being used to stop deportations of asylum seekers and prosecutions of British soldiers.

A review of human rights laws has been carried out across Whitehall and its findings will be announced “in the coming weeks”, the Daily Telegraph reported.

The move comes after Mr Johnson sparked

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Federal Government Acknowledges U.S. Betrayed Terms Of Treaty With 2 Oregon Tribes : NPR

The federal government is acknowledging that it defrauded two Oregon tribes. 155 years ago, the U.S. betrayed an agreement that protected the rights of tribal members in the Northwest.



SCOTT SIMON, HOST:

The federal government is acknowledging that it defrauded two Oregon tribes. More than 150 years ago, the U.S. betrayed an agreement that protected the rights of tribal members in the northwest. Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Emily Cureton reports.

EMILY CURETON, BYLINE: For decades, Warm

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Toronto Humane Society asking for help after more than 20 new animals surrendered

The Toronto Humane Society is asking for financial help after more than 20 new animals in need of emergency care were surrendered within the span of 3o days, resulting in over $100,000 in vet bills.

The shelter started a campaign to raise money to help cover some of these costs, and so far they’ve raised just five per cent of their goal with $5,885. 

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Leading IP Lawyer Josh Pond Joins Crowell & Moring

Pond has served as lead counsel for both complainants and respondents, as well as subpoenaed companies, in complex, high stakes ITC actions, which present significant challenges due to their fast pace, unique rules of procedure, and potentially sweeping exclusion orders against unfair imports. Over the past decade, he has been to trial before the ITC on behalf of a dozen Fortune Global 500 companies, counseling domestic and international parties before the Commission, particularly those from

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