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  • 17 July 2024
    Case Update A parent’s perspective on the puberty blockers ban

    Ever since the Tories rushed through their ban on puberty blockers, we’ve been flooded with emails from worried parents. One mother asked us to share her fears. Below are the mother’s words, unedited.

    A parent’s perspective on the puberty blockers ban
  • 15 July 2024
    Case Update MPs urge Wes Streeting to reverse the Tory ban on puberty blockers

    The health secretary must listen to the trans community, medical experts and many of his own party on the dangers of removing puberty blockers. Content warning: suicide

    MPs urge Wes Streeting to reverse the Tory ban on puberty blockers
  • 12 July 2024
    Case Update Labour defends Tory trans healthcare ban that will have a ‘grave impact’ on young lives

    The new health secretary has defended the dangerous Tory ban on puberty blockers for young trans people being challenged in the High Court. He added he’d like to make the ban permanent, despite repeated warnings of the risk to young people’s lives. Content warning: suicide, self-harm

    Labour defends Tory trans healthcare ban that will have a ‘grave impact’ on young lives
  • 12 July 2024
    News We’re supporting Jo Bateman to take legal action for our right to swim – watch her story

    Jo’s swims are being disrupted by unlawful sewage spills. Jo’s simply had enough – and so have we. With our support, she’s taking legal action for everyone who wants to protect their right to swim.

    We’re supporting Jo Bateman to take legal action for our right to swim – watch her story
  • 09 July 2024
    News We kept up the pressure. Here are two things Labour is set to change.

    New chancellor Rachel Reeves promises changes on onshore wind and housing. We’re making sure the new government keeps its promise.  

    We kept up the pressure. Here are two things Labour is set to change.
  • 05 July 2024
    News They’re gone – but we won’t be shedding any tears

    Fourteen years of Tory rule have caused incalculable harm. This morning we can breathe a sigh of relief. But Labour won’t be able to fix all the problems. We’ve been thinking hard about our work under a new government.

    They’re gone – but we won’t be shedding any tears
  • 04 July 2024
    Case Update We’re appealing decision to block higher standards on green homes

    A judge has ruled against our challenge on local councils’ powers to build better, greener homes. So we’re applying to appeal the decision and pressuring the next government to kick-start a revolution on homes for the future.

    We’re appealing decision to block higher standards on green homes
  • 02 July 2024
    Case Update CPS guidance on deepfakes still falls woefully short

    It’s not too late for the Crown Prosecution Service to better support the police in cracking down on political deepfakes.

    CPS guidance on deepfakes still falls woefully short
  • 02 July 2024
    News Water companies could face raft of legal challenges after landmark sewage ruling

    Water companies could face a tide of legal challenges, after a landmark judgment in the Supreme Court removes a block on lawsuits over pollution

    Water companies could face raft of legal challenges after landmark sewage ruling
  • 28 June 2024
    News A US climate case could help tackle global heating in the UK

    We’re backing young Americans in their long-running fight for fundamental rights that could protect the environment for future generations.

    A US climate case could help tackle global heating in the UK
  • 28 June 2024
    News Pandemic profiteers buy up luxury real estate worth £35m

    What do you do with the millions you made selling the Government PPE? Companies who got fast-track access through the Tories’ unlawful VIP lane are investing in bricks and mortar.

    Pandemic profiteers buy up luxury real estate worth £35m
  • 27 June 2024
    News Carbon conspiracy: How shadowy think-tanks went to war on net zero

    The right wing has ripped up the consensus on the climate crisis. In this documentary short, we examine how radical groups based in and around 55 Tufton Street have fought net zero.

    Carbon conspiracy: How shadowy think-tanks went to war on net zero
  • 27 June 2024
    Case Update We went to court to lift the government block on energy-efficient homes

    The Tories have put roadblocks in the way of local councils who want to cut energy bills and carbon emissions. So we headed to the High Court to challenge the new rules. 

    We went to court to lift the government block on energy-efficient homes
  • 26 June 2024
    News Carol Vorderman: The PPE scandal must be at the heart of the general election

    The Tories want to move on from the debacle over their unlawful VIP lane. We must hold them to account at the ballot box.

    Carol Vorderman: The PPE scandal must be at the heart of the general election
  • 21 June 2024
    News The shocking rise of deaths among young trans people

    Since the NHS imposed restrictions on treatment for young trans people, deaths have surged. Whistleblowers and Tavistock clinic papers show this was not only predictable, but predicted at the time. Content warning: suicide

    The shocking rise of deaths among young trans people
  • 21 June 2024
    Case Update Judge gives a green light for our onshore wind challenge

    The High Court blocked our challenge to the government’s backsliding over onshore wind. But now we’ve won the chance to make the case for clean, cheap energy.

    Judge gives a green light for our onshore wind challenge