Imogen is a barrister at Monckton Chambers with a particular interest in public law and human rights. Imogen has worked on matters including:
As a volunteer at Hackney Community Law Centre and with the Free Representation Unit, Imogen has advised numerous clients on welfare benefits law and has represented a number of clients in the Social Security Tribunal.
This Practice Note examines the combined effect of key terrorism legislation, explaining the powers conferred on the government to protect the UK from terrorism and the interaction with criminal law and human rights.
This Practice Note outlines the scope and content of the statutory duty on certain public authorities to have due regard for the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism in the exercise of their functions (known as the ‘Prevent duty’). It covers the duty in the context of the government’s overall counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) and the Prevent strategy. It also considers the application of the duty to local authorities, schools, childcare providers, the health sector, prisons, probation and the police.
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