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ITN on Radio 4's Unreliable Evidence

Hear ITN's Simon Natas discuss the controversial law of joint enterprise 


People Trafficking and Employers

ITN's Head of Immigration, Richard Bennett discusses the implication of people trafficking for employers following the Employment Appeals Tribunal case of Zarkassi v Anindita & Anor


'Locked-in syndrome' man to have right-to-die case heard

Tony Nicklinson, who is paralysed and wants a doctor to be able to lawfully end his life, should be allowed to proceed with his "right-to-die" case, a High Court judge has ruled.


Pursue masked protesters more vigorously, CPS says

Fresh advice from director of public prosecutions applies to protests that turn violent or result in criminal damage


How secret renditions shed light on MI6's licence to kill and torture

Little-known clause lets secretary of state authorise UK's spies to commit crimes abroad  


ITN in the news on Joint Enterprise

Simon Natas is quoted in Justice Committee's report on joint enterprise


Joint Enterprise: Hear Simon Natas on BBC Radio 4

ITN's Simon Natas speaks to BBC Radio 4's The World Tonight about the Justice Committee's report on joint enterprise


Law Society Gazette Lawyer in the News: Simon Natas

Simon Natas overturns public order conviction in the High Court.


ITN successfully defends fomer PCSO

A FORMER Police Community Support Officer who served in Bodmin has been cleared of lying about his past in order to get his job.


ITN's Simon Natas Overturns Public Order Conviction in the High Court

Swearing at police is not a crime because officers hear foul language "all too frequently" to be offended, a judge has ruled

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