DCI Jonny Starbuck, who is leading the investigation, said: "We still have extensive further enquiries to make, both at the scene, and into the background of the man and woman involved, but at this stage I do not believe anyone else was involved in the incident." … [Read more...] about Mother made plea for help before suspected murder suicide bid
However, Republican lawmakers have pushed back, with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel blasting what he called attempts to 'airbrush' history and saying he was only open to renaming military bases named after Confederate leaders but not removing Confederate statues. … [Read more...] about Charleston officials say they will defy South Carolina law and remove statue of slavery advocate John C. Calhoun on the fifth anniversary of the massacre of black church members by a white supremacist
"If you win your case the court can order compensation, an injunction or a declaration but if you lose you may be ordered to pay the other side’s legal costs. … [Read more...] about Breastfeeding in public – what is the law and what rights do mothers have?
“For many, having a child is the best day of their lives and surrogacy can be the only option for some who want a genetic link to the baby. But the issues are difficult and there is no quick fix. Now we want all those with an interest to get involved and help us make the law fit for the modern world.” … [Read more...] about Surrogacy review to tackle laws declared unfit for purpose
“The laws are 30 years old,” Jones said. “They were made up when little was known about surrogacy in general. There was a preconceived idea that surrogates wanted the right to change their mind after they’ve had the child and that’s since been completely debunked. Surrogates have absolutely no wish to keep a baby.” … [Read more...] about Surrogate mother calls for ‘old-fashioned’ laws on births to be changed