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Prompted by Good Law Project, NHS England says it will now consider how its policies impact on young trans people waiting for healthcare – following our legal challenge that led to a Judge concluding that they should be better protected.
The Metropolitan Police Service (the Met) has confirmed it will not open an investigation into apparent breaches of the coronavirus regulations by Matt Hancock MP and Gina Coladangelo in May 2021.
We are disappointed to have to tell you that the Supreme Court has decided not to hear our appeal against decisions of the lower courts challenging the lawfulness of the use of private communication channels to conduct public business.
In a Good Law Project-backed case, children’s charity Article 39 has written to the government to reiterate its concerns that housing unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in hotels is unlawful.
The new book, Bringing Down Goliath, by our Executive Director, Jolyon Maugham, will be released on 27th April.
A year on since Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, we can reveal that the Conservative Party is still receiving large donations from individuals and companies with links to Russia.
We’re supporting three legal challenges to protect our coastline and rivers from pollution.
Today it’s been revealed, perhaps unsurprisingly, that the North West based water company United Utilities is the worst offender for dumping sewage into our local rivers and coastal waters.
Today, the Government has published its revised Net Zero plan – just a day before the court-ordered deadline – as a result of the legal challenge we brought together with Friends of the Earth, Client Earth and environmental campaigner, Joanna Wheatley. The High Court found in our favour – ruling that the original strategy was inadequate and unlawful, thereby forcing the Government to produce a new plan.
Jo Maugham, founder and director of Good Law Project explains why he’s supporting the Barristers’ Declaration.
The Family Division of the High Court has heard an urgent application seeking to provide protection to a group of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in the UK who are missing.
A company controlled by a wealthy donor, believed to be a major funder of the far right in Germany, has donated another £50,000 to the Carlton Club – which has in turn given £1.3m to the Conservative Party.
We are supporting the campaign group, Protect Dunsfold, to challenge the Government’s decision to allow a fossil fuel exploration scheme on the edge of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
New figures show that, in 2022 alone, raw sewage was dumped into rivers and coastal areas across England 300,953 times by private water companies – an equivalent of 824 spills every single day for a total of 1.7 million hours.
Our Director, Jo Maugham, explains why he and 120 other leading barristers have signed a Declaration of Conscience to stop representing fossil fuel interests.