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European civil society calls on Prime Minister to abandon ‘irresponsible’ Illegal Migration Bill

Organisations warn that pursuing Bill at a time of crisis in Europe is ‘reckless and risks further instability’

Government ‘behind the curve’ on AI risks 

A warning by 30 civil society groups that Government use of AI must be brought under control

Widower of disabled woman to face DWP in court of appeal

Widower facing DWP in court again after they appeal decision around his Bereavement Support Payment eligibility

People. Law. Power. The new podcast from PLP

Our new podcast uncovers what happens when the British state acts unlawfully, and how we can achieve a fairer society where power is held to account

Immigration legal aid call for evidence – can you help?

Do you have experience in the immigration legal aid advice sector? We want to hear from you.

Plan to move Afghans from bridging hotels puts families at risk of homelessness

Support to help Afghans find own accommodation within three month window likely too little, too late

Afghan families abandoned in remote hotels following High Court ruling 

Ruling finds Home Secretary did not act unlawfully in moving Afghan families from London to hotels in north of England

Domestic abuse survivor unlawfully denied legal aid in case against ex, court rules

High Court overturns a decision by the Legal Aid Agency to refuse legal aid to a domestic abuse survivor

New tool lifts lid on secretive government algorithms

The Public Law Project (PLP) is today launching a database revealing details of 41 secretive algorithms used by Government to make or inform decisions on a range of sensitive policy areas, including how people are policed, what benefits they receive, and their immigration status. Researchers at PLP created the Tracking Automated Government (TAG) register to

Evacuated Afghan families to challenge Government in High Court

The families will challenge the Home Office’s mismanagement of ‘Operation Warm Welcome’

High Court: requirement to make second application to EUSS or lose rights unlawful

Individuals with pre-settled status should not be at risk of losing right to live in UK