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Wales Humanists launches report on 100 years of disestablishment
Assisted dying petition passes 100k signatures – will be debated

A UK Government petition to hold a parliamentary vote on assisted dying has passed 100,000 signatures in less than a month, and will be considered for Westminster Hall debate in Parliament. Humanists UK has welcomed the news, thanked members and supporters who have already signed and encouraged others to add their signatures. This petition calls for… Read more »

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Drivers have called for the drink-drive limit to be reduced
Drink-drive limit should be reduced claim UK drivers

The drink-drive limit should be reduced to a level more in line with the rest of Europe, UK drivers have said. In a new survey published by the AA today, 66 per cent of those questioned called for the limit to be reduced from 80 milligrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres of blood to 50…. Read more »

Police officers have begun a high court challenge
Police officers head to high court over pay-rise battle

Police officers have begun a high court challenge over the government’s decision not to back-date a pay rise. The judicial review application has been brought by the Police Federation, representing Britain’s officers. A full hearing is expected to take place, starting at 10:30 BST in London today, before Lord Justice Keene and Mr Justice Treacy…. Read more »