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HUMAN RIGHTS GYPSY RULING

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The refusal of planning permission to enable a gypsy to live in caravans stationed on her own land did not constitu...
The refusal of planning permission to enable a gypsy to live in caravans stationed on her own land did not constitute unjustified interference with her right - under article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights - to respect for her home, writes The Independent Law Report (p18) on the 26 September ruling of the human rights court in a case involving South Cambridgeshire DC.
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