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  • 2nd December 2022
    Case Update High Court hears ‘extreme’ waiting times for trans healthcare are unlawful

    We’ve been at the High Court this week bringing our legal challenge against NHS England over long-standing, lengthy and unlawful delays to meeting the trans community’s healthcare needs.

    High Court hears ‘extreme’ waiting times for trans healthcare are unlawful
  • 1st December 2022
    Case Update A dark day for accountability

    The Courts will not control the use by Ministers – in breach of Government’s own policies – of private phones and messaging services, including to negotiate commercial deals with VIPs or share sensitive national security information, the Court of Appeal has this morning ruled. 

    A dark day for accountability
  • 29th November 2022
    News Just how successful are we?

    Our impact across all the cases we have ever brought.

    Just how successful are we?
  • 28th November 2022
    Case Update Marine Conservation Society joins our case against sewage dumping

    We are delighted that the Marine Conservation Society has now joined as a co-claimant in our legal case to protect our coastal waters from sewage dumping.     

    Marine Conservation Society joins our case against sewage dumping
  • 27th November 2022
    News Good Law Project to launch Scotland office in 2023

    Good Law Project is delighted to announce the opening of its Scotland office. We have a proud history of litigating in the Scottish courts and we believe Scotland is an important jurisdiction from which to hold power to account. But our expansion is forward looking.

    Good Law Project to launch Scotland office in 2023
  • 22nd November 2022
    News Conclusion of our Ofgem Case

    When the Government intervened to introduce the Energy Price Guarantee, capping costs at a lower rate, we paused our Ofgem challenge to assess what the Guarantee meant for our legal arguments.

    Conclusion of our Ofgem Case
  • 21st November 2022
    News The Charity Commission is reviewing our evidence

    Charity Commission are reviewing our evidence and investigating the Global Warming Policy Foundation.

    The Charity Commission is reviewing our evidence
  • 21st November 2022
    News Generational Gerrymandering? New voter ID requirements will disenfranchise young people

    Good Law Project is concerned about how the Elections Act 2022 could specifically disenfranchise young people. The vast majority of voter IDs approved by the Government are available to older people, whilst very few are targeted at people under 60.

    Generational Gerrymandering? New voter ID requirements will disenfranchise young people
  • 16th November 2022
    Case Update Our challenge to trans healthcare delays: what you need to know

    We’ll be in court at the end of the month to challenge NHS England over long-standing, lengthy and unlawful delays to meeting the trans community’s healthcare needs.

    Our challenge to trans healthcare delays: what you need to know
  • 14th November 2022
    News Re-imagining who we are

    We’re pleased to share with you the first phase of our work to re-imagine Good Law Project. We have a new website and you will have noticed that our logo, font and colour scheme have all changed.

    Re-imagining who we are
  • 11th November 2022
    Case Update PCR Test Scandal Finally Published: 55,000 avoidable COVID infections

    In September 2020 – and then again in August 2021 – Government handed huge sums of public money over to a company called Immensa to carry out Covid testing: first £119m and then a further £50m.

    PCR Test Scandal Finally Published: 55,000 avoidable COVID infections
  • 11th November 2022
    Case Update Private Emails: Update from Appeal Hearing

    Over the last two days, Good Law Project has been in the Court of Appeal to challenge the High Court’s decision to allow the widespread use of personal phones, private emails and instant messaging by Ministers, their advisors and senior civil servants, to conduct important Government business.

    Private Emails: Update from Appeal Hearing
  • 11th November 2022
    Case Update We are back in court to challenge the Government’s use of private emails and WhatsApps

    Good Law Project will be in the Court of Appeal on Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th November to challenge the High Court’s decision to allow the Government’s wide-scale use of private emails and messaging apps to conduct official business.

    We are back in court to challenge the Government’s use of private emails and WhatsApps
  • 11th November 2022
    Case Update Standing together against transphobia

    We’ll be in court next week for the final stage of the hearing of Mermaids versus the Charity Commission regarding the charity status of LGB ‘Alliance’. After witness evidence was concluded in September 2022, the Tribunal will hear legal arguments in the case on November 7 and 8. A judgment can be issued at any point from next week, but we expect a delay possibly of months. 

    Standing together against transphobia
  • 11th November 2022
    Case Update Our PPE procurement case is going to the Supreme Court

    We have just heard that the Supreme Court has given us permission for our appeal to be heard in regards to the service error made by external solicitors in one of our cases. The case relates to £100m+ worth of public contracts and evidence that Ministers and an ex-adviser to the Prime Minister actively helped favoured bidders to win the contracts.

    Our PPE procurement case is going to the Supreme Court
  • 11th November 2022
    News Ground-breaking polling YouGov: trust in the judiciary

    Good Law Project has commissioned ground-breaking polling from YouGov to gauge the level of trust different segments of society have in the judiciary.

    Ground-breaking polling YouGov: trust in the judiciary