Home > News > Landmark’s contribution to the significant rule of law issue in the country at the present time – The Coronavirus Bill

The Government has adopted an amendment to the Coronavirus Bill imposing a sunset clause by which the Bill has to be reviewed every six months. A range of amendments including the sunset clause were proposed in submissions to Parliament on the Bill by a number of Landmark Public Law Barristers (Russell Harris QC, Fiona Scolding QC, Samantha Broadfoot QC, Tim Buley QC, Kate Olley, Graham Denholm and Alex Goodman).

News coverage from The Guardian can be found here.

The proposed amendment to the Coronavirus Bill submitted to the JCHR which is designed to safeguard our human rights and the rule of law are explained in Alex Goodman’s article here.



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