How Lords can mitigate the Rwanda Bill’s impact

As the Rwanda Bill enters Committee Stage in the House of Lords, there are still ways to remove its worst elements

Rwanda bill incompatible with human rights, says joint committee

The Joint Committee of Human Rights has found that no amendments would make the Rwanda Bill compatible with human rights

Treaty scrutiny system isn’t enough, says committee

A new report from the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee (PACAC) calls for greater scrutiny of treaties

Why Lords should decline the Rwanda Bill’s Second Reading

Why peers should treat the dangerous Safety of Rwanda Bill as a threat to the UK constitution and human rights

House of Lords Committee: new Rwanda Treaty shouldn’t be ratified

In a submission to the International Agreements Committee, PLP argues that the new Rwanda treaty still risks human rights abuses

Update – PLP’s legal challenge over immigration legal aid crisis

After meeting with the Ministry of Justice, PLP continues to prepare evidence for our proposed legal challenge

Lord Chancellor faces legal challenge over legal aid crisis

A comprehensive report about the legal aid crisis and why we initiated legal proceedings against the Lord Chancellor

Government ‘behind the curve’ on AI risks 

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

Machine learning used to stop Universal Credit payments

DWP trialling machine learning algorithm to detect fraud in benefit claims

Nationality and Borders Bill: access to justice under threat

Why recent Government amendments will undermine the fairness of the system

Ombudsman finds vulnerable people locked out of legal aid

Read PLP’s response to the PHSO’s investigation

Constitutional change: how you can keep track

Stay up to date with the latest constitutional changes in Westminster