Day: October 12, 2020

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland denies Boris Johnson set to opt out of major human rights laws

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has denied Boris Johnson is set to opt out of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Mr Buckland said leaving the Convention would be “wholly wrong” and that the UK Government should instead focus on streamlining its domestic laws.

It comes despite reports the Prime Minister is planning to withdraw from major parts of European

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Best Political Podcasts to Listen to Ahead of 2020 Election

This is a strange and confusing election year—to put it mildly. It seems impossible to fathom how the spread of COVID-19, protests for racial justice across the country and a vacant Supreme Court seat will factor into who wins on November 3. And many questions remain unanswered: Should you vote in person or by mail? What does the fact that so many pollsters and pundits predicted a Clinton win in 2016 mean for Joe

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Manitoba lawyer who wrongly advised clients to invest millions of dollars disbarred

The Law Society of Manitoba has disbarred a lawyer after he advised more than two dozen of his clients to invest millions of dollars in a business closely connected to him.

A statement from the society says it has found Paul Richard Hesse guilty of defrauding and stealing from 27 different clients for a total loss to them of almost $6.5 million.

The law society says Hesse had been advising immigration clients since 2016 to

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