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All the latest updates and news from Good Law Project
We are incredibly disappointed that the High Court has ruled against a legal challenge we are supporting to force the Government to reconsider its approval of a gas exploration scheme on the edge of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
On Tuesday, we were in Court to support the appeal challenging the years-long waits faced by transgender people in the UK when trying to access healthcare.
The Government has already agreed to consult on expanding its plan to tackle sewage in coastal waters as a result of our legal challenge. We’re pushing for more action.
The Home Office has failed to publish a plan to tackle drink spiking. Good Law Project is teaming up with The Gemini Project to challenge their lack of action.
Good Law Project is taking legal action with Friends of the Earth and ClientEarth to ensure the Government tackles the climate crisis.
Mermaids’ appeal was dismissed on the technical ground that it did not have standing.
Good Law Project is backing a High Court legal challenge to toughen Government action on sewage discharges. Success could open up new ways to protect our rivers and seas.
Last year, during our legal challenge in the High Court, we were told by the government that none of Boris Johnson’s messages from his mobile phone prior to April 2021 were available.
Lochlinn Parker, Director of Good Law Practice, writes on how injunctions are being used to suppress protest in the UK.
The Government has done everything it can to make it as hard as possible to challenge their decisions.
Data released today shows the wide-scale impact of the Government’s new laws, which risk denying a voice to marginalised groups of people in the UK.
The General Medical Council is investigating retired GP Diana Warner for campaigning against climate change. Good Law Project is supporting her as she argues doctors must take global heating seriously to protect their patients.
The court has confirmed a hearing for the appeal to challenge the extreme waiting times faced by transgender people seeking help from NHS England.
Faced with a legal challenge supported by Good Law Project, the Government has announced a consultation on expanding its plan for water companies to cut sewage dumping. This is an early and significant win in our campaign to protect our rivers and beaches for future generations – even before we’ve reached the courtroom.
Last Thursday, we were in the High Court supporting the campaign group, Protect Dunsfold, as they challenged the government’s decision to permit a fossil fuel drilling scheme on the edge of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Campaigners are calling on the government to provide proper funding so local authorities can fulfil their duties to look after vulnerable children.