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I’m stumped

I'm StumpedI’m grand with the rest of my law degree but one question gets me, I don’t know what to say… outline the role of the judiciary in the legal system, identify one argument for and against the contention that judges create law… My answer is Our law is a combination of legislation (created by parliament in the form of statutes) and common law (created when Judges interpret the law and add further definition to it.

Sometimes this is called “case law.” A good eg is the Offences Against the Person Act 1861. The parliament-made legislation sets out the main criminal offences of assault, battery, ABH and GBH. However, the meaning of “assault” has been interpreted by judges in various cases over the years e.g. R v Ireland, Burstow (1997). Some criminal offences aren’t set out in any legislation e.g. Murder, which is a common law offence – there is no piece of legislation which states that it is an offence to murder someone. Instead, the offence of murder was created by judges in how they interpreted general law and custom.

Id like your input.

This really has me stumped.

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Licensing Application Surgery with Night Czar & Ministry of Sound

Licensing Application Surgery With Night Czar & Ministry Of Sound

Amy Lam , Night Czar of London, has invited us to host her night surgery at Ministry of Sound on Thursday 12 October. At this event licence holders and applicants will be able to find out more about the online licence application process and discuss problems and queries. We will also be explaining the change to the new online system and how best to use your online account. Several of our licensing experts will be on hand to offer one-to-one help and advice on the following:

  1. New and existing applications for new applicants and licence holders
  2. ID documents and visiting the Post Office
  3. Security industry qualifications
  4. Criminality Checks
  5. How to use your online account
  6. Business enquiries on individual licence applications
    How long an application will take/has taken with no progression

Choose from 3 time slots between 18:00-21:00 and let us know which one you’ll be coming to when you register.

To register to attend a session, click here.

Please note that at the event we will not be able to offer the following:

  • A decision being made on the day on an ongoing application.
  • Resolving any outstanding Further Information Request .
  • We will not be able to take any documents in support of your application.
  • We will not be checking documents or taking payments.
  • We will not be uploading any qualification details

NB: This is a ticketed drop-in session. When registering, you will have the option to choose a time-slot to attend the event.

Further information:

  • The Security Industry Authority is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry in the United Kingdom, reporting to the Home Secretary under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001.

    The SIA’s main duties are: the compulsory licensing of individuals undertaking designated activities; and managing the voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme.

  • For further information about the Security Industry Authority or to sign up for email updates visit

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Security experts: "It would’ve taken ‘airport like security’ to stop Vegas shooter"

by: Robert Goulston Updated: Oct 3, 2017 – 9:24 PM

BOSTON – Concerns over hotel security have grown after Stephen Paddock managed to sneak 23 guns into the suite on the 32nd floor at the Mandalay Bay hotel and open fire on hundreds of concertgoers.

The Mandalay Bay hotel security is now under intense scrutiny, but investigators say the hotel did “nothing wrong”. Visitors to Boston hotels tell Boston 25 News reporter Robert Goulston that they are thinking about what happened in Las Vegas on Sunday night.

“It just really shocked me that someone could carry that many weapons and that much ammo without being checked,” Karen Padgett says. Boston 25 News spoke with Global Rescue, a group that provides intelligence to corporations around the world in order to help them better assess security for their employees.

Joe Mroszcyzyk, the Manager of Intelligence Products and Services at Global Rescue say that, regarding hotel security, he “doesn’t think there’s much they can do unless they do implement metal detectors at the front door”.

“I think it would require a trend of this type of behavior for a hotel to really consider investing those kinds of resources into harder security,” Mroszcyzyk adds. Marriott International, one of the biggest hotel chains in the country says that “each of (their) properties is unique, so individual security measures are tailored to each individual hotel” . they also add that they “typically re-evaluate (their security measures) after tragic acts like this happen to determine what, if any, changes may need to be made”.

“A lot of it is determined by risk and threats that still exist,” Mroszcyzyk said. Global Rescue says intelligence sharing is the key to preventing these tragedies from happening . Boston Police say that’s exactly what they do as they are working closely with all of the city’s major hotels and even training with them.

Since 2015, BPD has done more than 175 active shooter drills to ensure proper hotel security training .

However, hotel guests are still not at ease and say there’s always going to be a risk.

“It’s a free society and there’s only so much we can do,” says Hank Jackson.

“If we allow this, they will in fact destroy our society and I’m not for that,” says Cindy Jackson.

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