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  • 15th December 2023
    News Sunak took £16,000 helicopter ride from firm who won huge Government contracts

    Rishi Sunak took a helicopter journey worth £16,000 to a political visit, paid for by The Phoenix Partnership – a company that has won Government contracts that have so far totalled almost £140m.

    Sunak took £16,000 helicopter ride from firm who won huge Government contracts
  • 11th December 2023
    News VIP lane contracts inflated by £925m

    Good Law Project can reveal that fast-track contracts handed out to Tory connections were 80% more expensive than other suppliers.

    VIP lane contracts inflated by £925m
  • 5th December 2023
    News Anti-immigration group calls for ‘action on the streets’

    Speaking at the launch of a new Tufton Street pressure group, Neil Philip Anderson proposed ‘grassroots local action’ to put the issue on to the political agenda.  by Max Colbert

    Anti-immigration group calls for ‘action on the streets’
  • 5th December 2023
    News The Tories’ handling of Covid was a disaster – but was it misconduct?

    With billions of pounds wasted and hundreds of thousands dead, the Covid inquiry is a daily reminder of Tory failure. But it’s hard to prove that Ministers’ bungling broke the law.

    The Tories’ handling of Covid was a disaster – but was it misconduct?
  • 1st December 2023
    Case Update Government stalls on climate transparency as Sunak jets to COP28

    We gave Ministers a final chance to come clean over the risks to their plans for net zero. But the Government is trying to buy time before the weaknesses in its climate strategy are revealed.

    Government stalls on climate transparency as Sunak jets to COP28
  • 27th November 2023
    Case Update Why we’re working to uphold the privacy of NHS patient data

    We answer some of the questions being asked over our concerns about Palantir, the National Data Opt-Out and the legal challenge we are preparing to protect the privacy of NHS patient data in England.  

    Why we’re working to uphold the privacy of NHS patient data
  • 23rd November 2023
    Case Update Illegal coal mining to stop – 450,000 tonnes too late

    After a challenge from Good Law Project and Coal Action Network, illegal mining at Ffos-y-Fran is due to halt on 30 November.

    Illegal coal mining to stop – 450,000 tonnes too late
  • 21st November 2023
    Case Update US tech giant has landed NHS contract – we’re fighting back

    The shady spy-tech company Palantir has been given a £330m NHS England data contract. We’re fighting to make sure our private health information is kept private.

    US tech giant has landed NHS contract – we’re fighting back
  • 20th November 2023
    Case Update Government delays, but it must come clean on risks to net zero

    Ministers now face little choice but to disclose the risks that put their plans in danger of missing climate targets. But what are they trying to hide?

    Government delays, but it must come clean on risks to net zero
  • 17th November 2023
    News New Environment Secretary bankrolled by funder of climate denial group weeks before taking on role

    We can reveal that just before he was appointed Environment Secretary, Steve Barclay accepted a donation from a Conservative Party peer who has funded the Global Warming Policy Foundation – a group that lobbies against policies to tackle the climate emergency.

    New Environment Secretary bankrolled by funder of climate denial group weeks before taking on role
  • 17th November 2023
    Case Update We’re helping fight medical misinformation in court

    When Dr Aseem Malhotra spread covid vaccine scares, the General Medical Council refused to investigate. Now we’re helping a doctor make sure the regulator does its job.

    We’re helping fight medical misinformation in court
  • 17th November 2023
    News Win: Scouts to increase child protection

    Good Law Project has been supporting Yours in Scouting – a campaign led by abuse victims – to overhaul safeguarding in the Scouts. ‘Our voices have been heard,’ says Sheanna Patelmaster.

    Win: Scouts to increase child protection
  • 14th November 2023
    News PPE contracts worth £1.04bn ‘at risk’ of fraud and error

    Almost 10% of PPE contracts signed by the Government show ‘some degree of dissatisfaction’, with storage costs for unused equipment currently running at £14m a month. by Max Colbert

    PPE contracts worth £1.04bn ‘at risk’ of fraud and error
  • 9th November 2023
    News As schools crumble, Tory donor’s company lands £11.5m contract

    Government failure has left children at risk from failing concrete. Now a company owned by a Tory donor is set to clean up.

    As schools crumble, Tory donor’s company lands £11.5m contract
  • 8th November 2023
    News Dark money anti-abortion group ramps up activity in the UK

    The UK arm of Alliance Defending Freedom, a US pressure group which helped overturn Roe v Wade, almost doubled its spending between 2020 and 2022.

    Dark money anti-abortion group ramps up activity in the UK
  • 6th November 2023
    News Tory donor’s company snags £546,000 PPE storage contracts

    The boss of Wernick Buildings Limited has given the Tories over £71,000. by Max Colbert

    Tory donor’s company snags £546,000 PPE storage contracts