Exclusive interview with the lawyer of Anne Sacoolas
Amy Jeffress, the US lawyer of Anne Sacoolas, speaks exclusively to Joshua Rozenberg. And could Scotland hold a second referendum legally against Westminster's will?
Amy Jeffress, the US lawyer of Anne Sacoolas, speaks exclusively to Joshua Rozenberg, about the accident that led to the death of Northamptonshire teenager Harry Dunn, and its aftermath.
Scotland needs the agreement of the Westminster-based UK government to hold a referendum about independence legally. So far Downing Street has indicated that the UK would not agree to a second referendum in the short term. But could there be legal options around the need for Westminster's approval?
And jabs for jobs? Can vaccination be made compulsory in some circumstances? What are your rights if your employer requires you to be vaccinated to come to work? Or if your employee refuses to be vaccinated? And what about companies - from cinemas to airlines - can they legally require proof of vaccination from their customers?
Presenter: Joshua Rozenberg
Producer: Arlene Gregorius
Researcher: Diane Richardson