Archive - May 2017
The discrimination is definitely a serious problem worldwide, but people need to be reminded that they have rights and they can go to the court of law or tribunal to make a claim in this matter and to regain the rights.
All organizations, companies, businesses or entities in the UK need to handle the personal data by respecting the Data Protection Act in UK. Particular rules must be considered in order to avoid breaking the law in this matter.
Individuals who murder someone because of his/her gender, race, sexual orientation or beliefs can face imprisonment because this is considered a hate crime. This is a serious offence which is punished according to the laws in the UK.
Children and teenagers with ages between 10 and 17 can be sentenced for serious or less serious offences in the UK, but they are heard by a special court of law dedicated for a young criminal who break the law.
Persons involved in serious or less crimes in the UK can receive special treatments and can participate in particular programmes planned to solve the problems which directed them to commit offences.
Citizens from the EU (European Union) or from non-EU countries who have relocated to the UK and break the law at a certain point have the right to ask for legal representation and complete support.
If you received a sentence or a decision in a lower tribunal in the UK and you consider it unfair or with procedural errors, you have the right to make an appeal to the Administrative Appeals Chamber also known as the Upper Tribunal.