Summary
Welcome to our updating service on elections and the law.
An open letter from the Criminal Bar Association
Broadcasting, balance, and blacklists
Northern Ireland is EU’s business in Brexit negotiations
No Criminal Charges for Tory MPs - The (Battle) Bus Has Left The Station
Radical reform to Mental Health Act promised
Breaking the election silence: cross-border reporting of election day polls
Huffington Post highlights plight of families living in unsuitable B&B accommodation
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Feature Articles
An open letter from the Criminal Bar Association

Francis Fitzgibbon QC, Chair of the Criminal Bar Association (CBA) together with the Vice-Chair of the CBA, Angela Rafferty QC, has sent an open letter on behalf of the Criminal Bar Association to politicians.

Broadcasting, balance, and blacklists

Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC and Angela Patrick dissect the intricacies of how media outlets must report on the upcoming general election and avoid falling foul of regulations. 

Northern Ireland is EU’s business in Brexit negotiations

Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC writes in the Irish Times on Northern Ireland's position in Brexit. 

No Criminal Charges for Tory MPs - The (Battle) Bus Has Left The Station

David Hislop QC comments on the decision not to press charges for MPs election expenses.

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