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Director Jo Hickman to leave PLP after 13 years

The news that Jo Hickman will be leaving PLP at the end of 2022

Machine learning used to stop Universal Credit payments

The Department of Work and Pensions’ 2021-22 accounts published last week revealed that it has been trialling a machine learning algorithm to detect fraud in Universal Credit claims and expects soon to use the model to stop payments before they are even made.  

Rights Removal Bill: PLP responds to Bill of Rights announcement

Read the full statement from Legal Director Ariane Adam

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Cost of living enquiry: key opportunity to make fairer system

Universal Credit deductions must be urgently reformed – here’s how

Rwanda: Memorandum of Understanding

The use of a Memorandum of Understanding is significant – here’s why

Judicial Review Bill: Compromise on controversial clause

Last minute change will provide better protection to those harmed by unlawful decisions

JHAC report reflects PLP’s automation concerns

Considering the fair application of technology in the justice system

JR Bill: access to justice strengthened with Lords amendments

Two key amendments will protect the rule of law

Ministerial opinion on judicial review too ‘divergent’ to publish

Parliamentarians will not be able to see Government evidence submitted to the Independent Review of Administrative Law

Means Test Review shows positive signs but obstacles remain

PLP’s statement on the Ministry of Justice’s Legal Aid Means Test Review