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Large number of Peers speak out against Assisted Suicide Bill

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Today, a large number of Lords spoke out against the Assisted Dying Bill during its Second Reading debate. As in convention in the House of Lords at the end of a Second Reading debate, there was no vote. So the Bill moves into the queue to wait for a Committee hearing.

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Commercial Sexual Exploitation
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Pro-prostitution judgment struck down by Lord Chief Justice

25 October 2021

A controversial judgment sanctioning state-endorsed prostitution has been overturned following a legal challenge by the UK Government.

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Controversial Scottish hate crime legislation delayed

25 October 2021

Implementation of the Scottish Government's Hate Crime Act has been delayed, the Sunday Times has revealed, signalling continued problems with the controversial law.

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Spanish PM says he’ll outlaw prostitution

25 October 2021

Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has promised to criminalize prostitution in the country, telling his Socialist’s Party’s three-day conference that the practice ‘enslaves’ women.

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Assisted Dying Bill poses wrong answer to right question’ — Nola Leach

22 October 2021

Assisted suicide legislation before the UK Parliament poses the “wrong answer to the right question”, CARE has said, as a lengthy debate on the proposals concludes in the Lords.

Assisted Suicide
House of Lords at sunset

Large number of Peers speak out against Assisted Suicide Bill

22 October 2021

Today, a large number of Lords spoke out against the Assisted Dying Bill during its Second Reading debate. As in convention in the House of Lords at the end of a Second…

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As world marks Anti-Slavery Day, UK politicians urge more action to help victims

22 October 2021

UK politicians have urged action to combat modern slavery and human trafficking as part of CARE initiatives marking world Anti-Slavery Day.

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