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Millions have been wasted on sub-standard beds bought during the pandemic for the Government’s seven Nightingale hospitals, our latest investigation with the Daily Mirror has revealed.
Last year the Government spent £312m on storing unused or unusable PPE bought during the pandemic. Why are they handing out huge new contracts for facemasks?
Government agency targets climate protesters with civil charges on top of their criminal prosecution.
Alice Litman was left feeling ‘hopeless and helpless’ after facing an extremely long wait for gender-affirming healthcare, with ‘sporadic’ mental health support, the coroner concluded today as the inquest into her death closed.
Documents released to Good Law Project show how Norman Lamont and Nigel Lawson pushed Inland Revenue officials to give private equity fund managers special treatment.
Labour has promised to appoint a Covid Corruption Commissioner if it wins power. Good Law Project is continuing our work exposing waste and sleaze by commissioning legal advice on how Government could claw back wasted money.
The Government is withholding vital information from the public about its net zero plans. We’re now going to the High Court in February with Friends of the Earth and ClientEarth to demand transparency.
UK tax authorities admit to undercharging managers of buyout funds since 1987.
As bidders circle the ‘in-house journal’ of the Conservative Party, research commissioned by Good Law Project suggests Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer will have ‘considerable discretion’ over whether to intervene.
Legal challenge brings missing storm overflows into Government’s plan to tackle sewage dumping.
With Trudi Warner facing up to two years in jail for holding a sign, over 200 people have turned up at courts around England with the same banner.
Despite his rowing back on climate pledges, Rishi Sunak claims that his Government can somehow still hit its legally binding net zero target, so we have asked it to show its working.
Good Law Project and the Environmental Rights Centre for Scotland (ERCS) have forced the Scottish Government to accept it has breached climate commitments and to start “urgent work” on a “remedy”.
Rishi Sunak’s shameful rowing back on key climate pledges shows why the legal challenge we are bringing with Friends of the Earth and ClientEarth is more important than ever. We are holding the Government to account to ensure their plans to reduce emissions are effective and transparent.
Frank Hester, who gave the Conservatives £5m, continues to rake in £800,000 a week.
Attorney General’s Office claims that a case against Trudi Warner, who could face up to two years in prison for reminding jurors of their rights, is ‘in the public interest’.