We won't tolerate exploitation of hard working people, or unlawfully impeding the movement of traffic."
Yet all political contexts run the risk of unlawfully exploiting AI surveillance technology to obtain certain political objectives,"
The investigation found credible evidence that 39 Afghans had been killed unlawfully in 23 incidents, either by Australian special forces, or at the instruction of special forces.
It comes as the housing secretary faced escalating pressure to explain his dealings with Richard Desmond – after it emerged the billionaire property developer made a cash donation to the Tories days after Mr Jenrick unlawfully approved one of his schemes.
He was indicted on numerous charges, including conspiracy, civil disorder, unlawfully entering a restricted building, robbery, and assaulting officers, according to the Justice Department.
Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi is asked about the High Court ruling on Friday which found Matt Hancock acted unlawfully when his department did not reveal details of contracts it had signed during the Covid pandemic within 30 days of them being signed.
Raab has also been warned by a former Conservative solicitor general, Lord Garnier, that he may be acting unlawfully in cutting the value of overseas aid from 0.7% to 0.5% of gross national income, a cut of nearly £4bn, without passing fresh legislation.
The 96 people who died at the Hillsborough football stadium disaster in 1989 were unlawfully killed and a catalogue of failings by police and the ambulance services contributed to their deaths, the jury at the new inquests into the disaster has determined.
The department conceded that she was detained unlawfully throughout her time in immigration detention – for which she will be entitled to damages – and said it was reviewing its policy regarding the detention of victims of trafficking in light of the case.
According to the report published on Saturday, multiple anonymous sources close to the discussions say officials are debating if they should charge those who entered the building unlawfully but didn't actually participate in the chaos with criminal charges.
It accuses the foundation and its directors - Mr Trump and his three eldest children - of unlawfully co-ordinating with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated self-dealing transactions, and violating laws under which non-profit organisations must operate.
In November 2018, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch alleged that scores of human rights activists, intellectuals and clerics had been unlawfully detained and several of them, including women, had been either flogged, electrocuted or sexually harassed.
The Scottish government admitted during a judicial review in January of last year that it had acted unlawfully while investigating sexual harassment complaints made against Mr Salmond by appointing an investigating officer who had "prior involvement" in the case.
In June 2019, the Court of Appeal ruled that the Government had acted unlawfully by licencing the sale of UK-made arms to Saudi forces for use in Yemen without assessing whether incidents in the conflict had amounted to breaches of international humanitarian law.
He said the investigations by Hampshire police meant patients continued to die at the hospital for a further three years after the initial complaint to officers in 1998 by Gillian McKenzie, who claimed her 91-year-old mother Gladys Richards had been unlawfully killed.
It's a federal crime to transport any firearm or explosive or incendiary device for use "unlawfully in furtherance of a civil disorder," which the federal government defines as "any public disturbance involving acts of violence by assemblages of three or more persons."
The lawsuit alleges that Coinseed and its two top executives, CEO Delgerdalai Davaasambuu and CFO Sukhbat Lkhagvadorj, "were unlawfully trading cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, without being a registered broker-dealer in New York," according to a Wednesday press release.
"3M does not — and will not — tolerate price gouging, fraud, deception, or other activities that unlawfully exploit the demand for critical 3M products during a pandemic," 3M's senior vice president of corporate affairs Denise Rutherford said in a statement to USA Today.
Cabinet minister Robert Jenrick is facing demands to come to parliament and explain his dealings with Richard Desmond, after it emerged that the billionaire property developer made a cash donation to the Conservatives days after the MP unlawfully approved one of his schemes.
According to Section 162(1) of the 2011 Crimes Act: “A pregnant woman who, with intent to procure her own miscarriage, unlawfully administers to herself any poison or other noxious thing, or unlawfully uses any other means with that intent, commits an offence or is liable on conviction to imprisonment for life.”
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According to Section 1621 of the 2011 Crimes Act A pregnant woman who with intent to procure her own miscarriage unlawfully administers to herself any poison or other noxious thing or unlawfully uses any other means with that intent commits an offence or is liable on conviction to imprisonment for life