This week’s roundup of legal news and commentary includes the arbitrary detention of Assange; the ever-receding British Bill of Rights; a radio programme about divorce; matters of judgment, judgement (with an e) and instinct; and the future of electoral law. Inter, as they say, alia. [Updated 8 Feb].
Human rights UN working group finds Assange in “arbitrary” detention
Julian Assange, who has evaded extradition to Sweden by seeking sanctuary in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, has complained about his situation …