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.
Jeremy Cook, Ranti Williams and Rachel Huston take a look back on some of the legal topics in the last series including, a Christian take on Brexit, the case of a young Christian woman who took out a private prosecution against two doctors and whether you should hire a Christian lawyer.
In this special Easter Saturday edition of In the Dock Ranti Williams, Sir Jeremy Cooke and Rachel Huston look at the 6 trials of Jesus from his arrest to the baying crowd. Part one of a two part programme.
Sir Jeremy Cooke, Ranti Williams and Rachel Huston are joined by retired high court judge Sir Michael Tugendhat author or Liberty Intact which explores the history of human rights in English law and what they mean for Christians.
Discrimination solicitor Mark Bainbridge joins Sir Jeremy Cooke, Ranti Williams and Rachel Huston to talk through how people with disabilities fair under the law and how God used key figures in the bible and their perceived weaknesses to further his kingdom.
Is the latest veil ruling a game-changer? After this week’s judgement from the European Courts of Justice that businesses have every right to ask employees to hide their religious clothes or symbols we ask if it affects Christians. And when you need a Brief should you make sure your lawyer is a Christian. With Sir Jeremy Cooke, Ranti Williams, Mark Barrell, Mark Jones, Richard O’Dair and Rachel Huston.
On this week’s In the Dock we’re joined by a young woman called Aisling Hubert who took out a private prosecution against two doctors to challenge the law on abortion. Hear how the case panned out and what some Christians views are on this controversial issue.