4 of the most unusual lawsuits

Law as we know it is in place today for the protection of good, law-abiding citizens like you and me; securing our human rights and how we get treated in society as a whole. BUT… there are various instances where these laws lead to a variety of strange claims appearing in court .

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Why China will never allow a free Tibet

Why would China continuously send troops to the area and face decades of international backlash? Every time the Dalai Lama meets with a world leader, these issues are brought up, not a good look for China. So why would China continue to endure this political tension?

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Sex Minster, Brexit, Prexit- How long are we away from May getting her P45?

Priti Patel. Resigned. Michael Fallon. Resigned. Boris Johnson. Untouchable. Another week of the rollercoaster of Theresa May's government. Michael Fallon's resigned due to sexual harassment claims

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Hillary Clinton and the Failed American Dream

On Tuesday November the 8th the Electoral College decided that Donald Trump would be the 45th President of the United States of America. People took to the streets to protest against their new President-elect. There were marches and demonstrations all across the world.

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UK Politics Constitution

The UK currently has an uncodified constitution. Arguably, this needs to change to a more codified constitution to which I agree with. A codified constitution results in a two tier legal system which separates between ordinary law and higher law which is more pivotal to the constitution.

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Why North Korea is the new Cuba

Never in recent history has such a small country created such a large diplomatic incident. North Korea, situated on the southern border of an increasingly assertive China and still technically at war with its U.S backed cousin South Korea has dominated a huge amount of coverage in these past few week, creating instability in an already fraught and geo-politically sensitive region. 

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