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Leigh Day is a law firm practically unique in giving legal advice solely to individuals. The firm’s experience includes fighting for human rights in this country and overseas, claims for compensation for illness and injury as well as employment rights for individuals who may have been discriminated against or not paid what they earned.

Within these teams are experts on a wide range of specific issues and whilst our news section can keep you up to date with our cases and our comments on the news, this blog is intended for longer posts, written by our experts, so that they can give their views on current topics, or those issues which they are dealing with for clients. We hope you find them interesting and that if you do you’ll share them on social media or simply with those you feel may be affected by the issues raised.

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Medical negligence Stroke

More patients eligible for effective stroke treatment under new guidelines

The 2023 edition of the National Clinical Guidelines for Stroke in UK and Ireland, endorsed by the Royal College of Physicians, has now been published. Clinical Negligence Solicitor Lauren Tully takes a closer look at how the scope of treatment options for stroke patients has widened.

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Medical negligence Cancer

NHS England pledges to eliminate cervical cancer by 2040

Camilla Browne considers the government’s promise to eradicate cervical cancer by 2040.

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Rwanda Human rights abuses Supreme Court

Supreme Court rules on Rwanda policy

On 15 November the Supreme Court determined the Rwanda removals policy to be unlawful. The unanimous judgment of lords Reed and Lloyd-Jones (with whom lords Hodge, Briggs and Sales agreed) is remarkably clear, and relatively short.