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The Electoral Commission says that voter ID rules will impact people with lower incomes, with disabilities and from minority ethnic backgrounds. But the Government says its reforms are ‘very encouraging’.
Good Law Project has been challenging the Government over the industrial scale of sewage dumping by water companies. Now the Office for Environmental Protection says there may have been ‘misinterpretations’ of the law.
The Scottish Government hasn’t published an assessment of its investment plan’s climate impacts. We’re taking action to make them come clean.
Cross-party group says election officials took action that was ‘clearly discriminatory’, and calls for more forms of ID to be accepted
The Government refused to publish the risks facing its plan to reach net zero. Now the High Court will hear our case to force them to disclose the data.
“We’ll never end violence against women if we are not allowed to speak about it.” – Nina Cresswell
Good Law Project is supporting Coal Action Network to end the illegal coal mining operation at Ffos-y-Fran in Wales.
Trudi Warner held up a sign reminding jurors they could decide a verdict according to their conscience and now could face up to two years in prison. We’re helping her fight back.
Evidence of a lack of transparency in Boris Johnson’s Government just continues, way after he’s departed. The latest revelation is that the MP Theresa Villiers, who held the post of Environment Secretary, did so while having shares in the oil and gas giant, Shell. And this fact has only just come to light.
REVEALED: Firm pays out £50m while leaving a massive hole in the fund to restore the mining site.
We’re supporting Protect Dunsfold as they appeal a High Court judgment which upheld the Government’s decision to allow drilling for gas in the Surrey Hills.
Government has responded to our legal threat and pledged to publish their long overdue report on drink spiking.
We are disappointed to let you know that the Court of Appeal has dismissed the case challenging the years-long waits faced by transgender people in the UK when trying to access healthcare.
Good Law Project is supporting Coal Action Network and the local residents they work with living in Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales, to end the illegal extraction of coal at the Ffos-y-Fran open-cast coal mine.
An investigation by Good Law Project can reveal for the first time the number of greeters deployed at last May’s local elections to help enforce the government’s voter ID rules – and the possible under-reporting of those turned away because they lacked the correct ID.
People trust their healthcare providers with the most intimate kinds of personal information – and the NHS can’t do its job without that trust.