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health law newsletter September 2015

23 September 2015
In our September health law news update, we cover:

  • The European Court of Human Rights decision to uphold the English Law on assisted dying
  • Redeployment pools and agency workers
  • Chief Coroner’s second annual report to the Lord Chancellor 2014 – 2015
  • Your local pharmacy to get access to your NHS medical records
  • The Law Commission proposals for deprivation of liberty
  • The Chief Coroner’s Guidance – what happens when findings of fact are disputed?
  • London sexual health clinic facing security breach

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