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June 2017

  • Specialist product liability solicitor Thomas Jervis, who represents 40 people affected by the Shepherd’s Bush tower block fire, looks at the tragic similarities with the Grenfell tower block fire and how the people most affected can sometimes be forgotten. 23 June 2017
  • Katharina Theil asks what needs to be done to combat the perils from enhanced communication facing the most vulnerable children in the world 21 June 2017
  • The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has just published its report Each Baby Counts. In this blog Henry Dyson discusses his experience as a member of the medical negligence team and how basic failures can lead to catastrophic failures 21 June 2017
  • This week is Women’s Sport Week 2017, a campaign to celebrate and raise the profile of women in sport across the UK; whether that is as a sportswoman, a volunteer, organiser or spectator of sport. 19 June 2017
  • In a personal post, Alison Millar, who represented survivors of abuse at both Winterbourne View and Veilstone care home, gives her opinion on the future of residential care for adults with a learning disability. 14 June 2017
  • I think most people can agree that the result of last Thursday’s snap general election was exciting. But some people may be unaware of just how exciting it was, especially in terms of equality. We officially have the most diverse parliament to date. 12 June 2017
  • Human rights solicitor   Kate Egerton discusses the significant accessibility issues with our voting system for blind and partially sighted people  7 June 2017
  • Sean Humber, head of the human rights department at Leigh Day, urges voters to consider the 'Mandela test' on 8th June 7 June 2017

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