Three reasons why the Safety of Rwanda Bill still puts people’s lives at risk
PLP has briefed MPs that the Bill will weaken data protection rights, meaning the public won’t know how their data is being used.
28 Nov 2023
PLP’s evidence to the Public Accounts Committee, pointing out the risks of the Home Office’s Asylum Transformation programme, has been published
PLP looks at the human impact of DWP decisions: what’s the real cost of conditionality, automation, or overpayment recovery?
In our response to the Scottish Government’s Human Rights Act consultation, PLP celebrates a progressive attitude to human rights law
In response to the Ministry of Justice, we consider how open justice can be upheld in the modern age
How MOJ proposals do not go far enough to ensure vulnerable migrants and asylum seekers can access legal aid
How the legal aid sector is financially unsustainable, limited by unnecessary red tape, and denies help to those who need it the most
21 Jul 2023
How the Government’s ‘hurt first, fix later’ approach must be replaced with robust regulation that protects our fundamental rights
28 Jun 2023
The threats posed to individual’s rights and already marginalised groups by the Bill – and how we can mitigate them
Why MPs should retain crucial safeguards to protect Parliamentary sovereignty
23 May 2023
Briefing to the Lords urges protection of our core constitutional principles