Smoke from industrial action in the environment

Environment Bill: Who will enforce the law?

Read our take on the Bill as it goes to the report stage

Sign at the DWP offices in London

DWP publishes letter on Universal Credit hardship payments

Key points from the DWP’s letter on Universal Credit hardship payments

Sign for a job centre in Wales

Welsh benefits system: how can it be improved?

Our evidence to the Welsh Affairs Committee inquiry

The Royal Courts of Justice in London

Proposed changes to Upper Tribunal Rules raise access to justice concerns

Why the proposed rule changes risk creating an insular tribunal system

Fond farewell & exciting opportunity

We are bidding farewell to Alison Pickup and Joe Tomlinson

Digital scales of justice

Governing the automation of public decision-making

Why the flawed system must be reformed to ensure justice

Law Society Awards 2021 – we’re shortlisted!

PLP is nominated in the Excellence in Upholding the Rule of Law category

Digital, AI and alogorithms

Blog: Preventing exclusion in an age of digitalisation

A spotlight on the Government’s Digital Support service

British money

The National Disability Strategy and Benefit Sanctions

Our response to the Government’s National Disability Strategy

Front on view of The Royal Courts of Justice in London

Fundamental changes needed in legal aid system to ensure fairness, new report urges

Read our response to the Justice Committee’s report on the future of legal aid

Home Office refuses to explain secret sham marriage algorithm

PLP researcher Tatiana Kazim on three reasons the sham marriage algorithm is so concerning

Accountability undermined: Judicial Review and Courts Bill

Why the Bill will weaken, not reinforce Government accountability