To underline what I consider to be the importance of MS v UK, I want to do this short post just to highlight a couple of other blogs that have emerged to feed any thinking you may be doing on this case and it’s implications / ramifications.
Interestingly – both are published on the UK Human Rights Blog by human rights barristers. They offer opposing views about whether the case under Article 3 should have succeeded at all.
Both very well worth a read on a very important case.
Winner of the President’s Medal,
the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Winner of the Mind Digital Media Award
All views expressed are my own – they do not represent the views of any organisation.
(c) Michael Brown, 2012
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