Problems cannot be solved at the same level of thinking at which they are created. I seek to publish content that dives into environmental, social and governance problems, and provide an insight into them through a unique lens and a deeper level, highlighting common misconceptions and assumptions.
8th Nov 2019 | 23:38
CONVICTED CRIMINALS AND THEIR VOTING RIGHTS
Approaching election season, common topics crop up in the news almost synonymously with it (e.g. the NHS, taxation, public expenditure, education, defences, and as of the last few campaigns, Brexit is an increasingly headlining manoeuvre. A topic that hardly appears on national headlines yet remains a relevant talking point at any form of voting is convicted criminals. A criminal (or felon) can simply be defined as someone who commits an offence and is punishable by law via their actions or omissions. The impacts that follow on from this consequently lead to felons’ disenfranchisement from voting in any form of referendum or election. As such a debatable and contentious subject, it is worth exploring through a conceptual understanding.
1st Nov 2019 | 22:08
LEGAL ISSUES BEHIND PROPERTY (AND PATENT) LAW
Legal obligations are designed to construct a strict and straightforward set of regulations that make it easy for people to conform to and abide by. Such regulations should remove assumptions and dubious claims. Alas, it is not a perfect world and there is so much we can ask for from law, and in particular property law is one such example where there are debates over where the lines are drawn.
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