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58 minutes | 4 days ago
Judicial Review 1
Chris starts his guide to J.R. and relates it to a case under the Sexual Offences 2003 Act in front of the Mags. Plus, Alex is loving his new found Tory-ness.
58 minutes | 22 days ago
Euro Super League and The Law
Barrister Chris Kehoe talks through the legalities of the proposed "Big Six" plan to exit the Champions League and form a new European Super League of football. Where do FIFA, UEFA, THE F.A. and even Sky sports fit into all this? Are the clubs in breach of the law and if so, what is the likely outcome of a court case?
65 minutes | a month ago
Policing Bill Part Two
Barrister Chris Kehoe shifts his attention to an aspect of the proposed Policing Bill which has not been widely reported; the new powers which Police would have when it comes to dealing with Travellers. It's all starting to feel a bit 1930's Germany... There's also riffs about Wind Turbines, Scrappy fucking Doo, Homes Under The Hammer, and at the end I do my new joke about dogs which may or may not be sexist.
79 minutes | 2 months ago
Policing Bill Part One
After the tragic murder of Sarah Everard earlier this week, and the furore surrounding the policing of the vigil held on Clapham Common in her honour just two days ago, public attention turns to the controversial Policing Bill which faces an early vote in Parliament today. What amendments to the Public Order Act 1986 does the Bill seek to make? Who benefits from the Bill? Was the police response to a mass gathering of Rangers fans in Glasgow a week ago wrong? Were the Met police right to be criticised for their handling of the vigil on Clapham Common? Was the response from Cressida Dick valid? What similarities are there with the vigil and the policing of Extinction Rebellion and Black Lives Matter protests? All these topics and more, discussed in part one of this Policing Bill special.
52 minutes | 3 months ago
PRCB v SSHD
Barrister Chris Kehoe and salted peanut enthusiast Alex Boardman discuss an upheld ruling from the High Court involving the Home Office. Can the plucky Priti Patel and her ramshackle band of merry men (The Home Office) finally win one in court against the pesky little guy?
60 minutes | 3 months ago
Proceeds of Crime, some Case Law and Statutes
Barrister and Comedian Chris Kehoe tells law graduate/wastrel Alex Boardman about POCA, Angus et al.
48 minutes | 4 months ago
Jenrick and statues
We look at the legal changes in laws surrounding historical statues that are probably not needed but will at least take everyone's mind away from the fact that the hungry schoolkids are being served up tuna in a coin bag and half a tomato and the taxpayer is paying a private company £30 a head to do so.
51 minutes | 4 months ago
Free Speech Special, Trump v Twitter
We recently got voted as one of the Top 20 criminal law podcasts to follow in the world https://blog.feedspot.com/criminal_law_podcasts/ God knows how but thanks Feedspot! In this episode we discuss the UK Govt fiasco with primary schools and nursery children, Donald Trump being banned from Twitter, the consequences of words and actions and the rise of fascism. Plus, Viagra update!
62 minutes | 4 months ago
Vaccines and the Law part two, Re: B (2018), Re: H (2020)
Barrister and comedian Chris Kehoe and Viagra addicted house husband Alex Boardman finish the mini-series of vaccine law podcasts. They discuss vaccinating children when the parents cannot agree whether or not the child should be inoculated. Also, they consider a 2020 case in which a child is under the care of a local authority. What does The Children Act 1989 have to say on these matters? Plus, what is happening with school closures/openings in light of s.44 of The Health and Safety at Work Act, we discuss whether the monarchy are pulling their weight these days and a chat about ibuprofen very quickly turns to a chat about viagra.
64 minutes | 5 months ago
A legal first, The Attorney General, Mental Health and You've Been Framed
Dynamic space cops Chris Kehoe and Alex Boardman return to Earth after an unsuccessful fact finding mission to Mars. They find a very different Earth to the one they left behind several months ago. A rip in the Space/ Time continuum means that all the Space criminals they have arrested over the last seven years are now suddenly free and out for revenge. Can our heroes repair time itself before all life on Earth is destroyed...?
61 minutes | 5 months ago
The Law and The Vaccine (Part 1)
Criminal barrister Chris Kehoe explains the legal ins and outs of the vaccine to house husband Alex Boardman. Is it safe? Can the Govt force you to take it? What does the Law on European Human Rights have to do with it? Also, we steal listeners from Dave Longley, Kehoe fights The Secret Barrister Godzilla style and Alex becomes a 1960's feminist. Music in order of appearance under creative commons 3.0 Switch it up - Silent Partner Late - Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
65 minutes | 6 months ago
Freemen of the land
Who are Freemen of the land, what do they believe and why do they believe it? Spoiler alert, it's bollocks.
73 minutes | 6 months ago
Mo' Rona, Mo' regs...
Boardman, Kehoe, law chat + half baked ramblings that are sporadically funny, well, not really funny tbh, mildly amusing would be a better description. In fact, no one reads this writing anyway do they? Tell you what, if you do read this then get in touch with Kehoe on twitter and he'll give you, oh I don't know, let's saw a bunch of some vegetables of your choosing from his allotment or he'll write you a poem about the futility of life or paint you a picture or summat. Don't get in touch with me on twitter whatever you do. I'll just tell you to swivel.
63 minutes | 7 months ago
Tiers of a clown
Author Alexander S. Boardman and barrister Christopher Kehoe, who wrote the 'Tiers of a clown' joke from the title, discuss yet more new regulations. Were these new regulations discussed and planned and great length in Parliament before they became law or were they just rushed through as another S.I.? Well, what do you think?
58 minutes | 7 months ago
Covert Human Intelligence Sources Bill (Jizz)
Barrister Chris Kehoe tells us why he is so uncomfortable with a new Bill that will give the police the power to commit crimes with total immunity from criminal or civil proceedings.
58 minutes | 7 months ago
Illegal Student Lock down?
This weekend, under new legislation, Manchester Metropolitan University students were forced to remain in their Halls of Residence by a private security firm acting under corona-virus legislation as instructed by the local council. Was this legal? Mondeo Law is written and produced by Alex Boardman and Chris Kehoe, and was developed with Ant McGinley (@antmcginley) Music in order of appearance under creative commons 3.0 Switch it up – Silent Partner Late – Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
73 minutes | 8 months ago
Asylum 3 - Suffolk CC v RD and others 
It's our 100th episode probably (I have been cocking up and marking down the episode orders wrong so it might not be). To celebrate this landmark, Chris has selected a case with a subject matter, FGM, that some may find harrowing. The Home Office does not come out well in this case. Mondeo Law is written and produced by Alex Boardman and Chris Kehoe, and was developed with Ant McGinley (@antmcginley) Music in order of appearance under creative commons 3.0 Switch it up – Silent Partner Late – Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
63 minutes | 8 months ago
Asylum part 2
Part two of Chris' brilliant breakdown of the laws and history surrounding asylum law. Mondeo Law is written and produced by Alex Boardman and Chris Kehoe, and was developed with Ant McGinley (@antmcginley) Music in order of appearance under creative commons 3.0 Switch it up – Silent Partner Late – Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
65 minutes | 9 months ago
Asylum Special Part 1
The first episode in a legally fascinating series of special episodes all about the law surrounding asylum seekers. Mondeo Law is written and produced by Alex Boardman and Chris Kehoe, and was developed with Ant McGinley (@antmcginley) Music in order of appearance under creative commons 3.0 Switch it up – Silent Partner Late – Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
65 minutes | 9 months ago
Is it a criminal offence to go to your mum's house? Can you meet her in a pub? How many friends can gather in a restaurant, pub or privately owned garden? Follow us on social media @mondeolaw on Twitter and Instagram. Mondeo Law is written and produced by Alex Boardman and Chris Kehoe, and was developed with Ant McGinley (@antmcginley) Music in order of appearance under creative commons 3.0 Switch it up – Silent Partner Late – Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
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