A NINE-JUDGE Indian Supreme Court bench unanimously ruled on Thursday that privacy is a fundamental right, protected as an intrinsic part of the right to life and personal liberty and as part of the freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution. The post India: Freedom of sexual orientation ruled ‘fundamental right’ in boost to LGBT rights appeared first on Asian Correspondent .
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Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme on Friday morning, the foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, concedes that the UK will have to meet its legal obligations to the EU to achieve the split. Johnson ... Read more
Budget airline Jetstar will be squeezing an extra six passengers onto its domestic and short-haul international flights - but they insist leg room will remain the same despite the extra travellers. Read more