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Improving Exceptional Case Funding: Providers’ Perspectives

A new research paper by PLP Research Director Dr Joe Tomlinson and Research Fellow Emma Marshall looks at the accessibility of the Exceptional Case Funding (ECF) scheme. The full paper can be downloaded here.…

20 Jan 2020

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Judicial review of Statutory Instruments seminar held on 14 January 2020

On the afternoon of 14 January 2020, around 20 lawyers gathered in a former railway arch in Hackney, hosted by ClientEarth, to discuss judicial review of statutory instruments. This seminar was important because it is not often that Statutory Instruments (“SIs”) and system-change litigation are discussed in conjunction with one another. This was a chance…

16 Jan 2020

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EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill: Clause 26 & legal certainty

The latest briefing on the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill from Public Law Project draws attention to Clause 26 and the implications for legal certainty. Read the PLP’s briefing on Clause 26 What does Clause 26 do? Clause 26 creates a power for ministers to make regulations to allow specified lower courts and tribunals to depart…

13 Jan 2020

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EU WAB – PLP’s briefing on the Independent Monitoring Authority

On the agenda for this afternoon’s EU Withdrawal Bill Committee are powers to make changes to the Independent Monitoring Authority (IMA). Read PLP’s two-page briefing here. The Withdrawal Agreement (WA) requires the UK to have an independent authority to monitor the implementation and application of the citizens’ rights provisions of the WA after the end…

7 Jan 2020

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EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill: Second Reading Briefing

Public Law Project and Liberty have briefed parliamentarians ahead of the Second Reading of the EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill tomorrow in the House of Commons. …

19 Dec 2019

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