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In The Dock Podcast

In the Dock: the Highlights

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In The Dock

Rachel Huston looks back on some of the highlights from this series of In the Dock. Retired high court judge Jeremy Cooke and Ranti Williams look at disability law, the new rights employers have to ban religious clothes and another ex-high court judge joins the show to talk about the history of human rights in England.

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