9 March 2015
Corporations as well as people and states should be liable for prosecution in the International Criminal Court for abusing human rights, a study by the University of Liverpool recommended.
Court finds that offer to settle for £1 was a genuine one and that costs rules had been correctly applied.
Review of the Human Rights Act headed by Sir Peter Gross is expected to report this summer.
Kingsley Napley had asked for judgment to be published on basis that judicial time would be wasted.
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