Now the Safety of Rwanda Bill has been passed, what happens next?

Now that Parliament has passed the Safety of Rwanda Act and the policy has become law, PLP asks how the scheme will be implemented

House of Lords must act now to stop Data Bill weakening rights

Why the House of Lords must support key amendments to the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill and ensure transparency around AI

Review of Civil Legal Aid: why Ministry of Justice must take action

Why PLP told the Ministry of Justice that remote advice will not fix the legal aid crisis in their latest call for evidence

Why MPs must oppose the ‘Safety of Rwanda’ Bill

Three reasons why the Safety of Rwanda Bill still puts people’s lives at risk

‘Constantly on Edge’: The expansion of GPS tagging and the rollout of non-fitted devices

Our latest report on GPS tagging in immigration bail finds that the Home Office has increased its use by 56%, and looks at harm caused by new devices.

How the new Data Bill waters down protections

PLP has briefed MPs that the Bill will weaken data protection rights, meaning the public won’t know how their data is being used.

The dangers of streamlining the asylum process

PLP’s evidence to the Public Accounts Committee, pointing out the risks of the Home Office’s Asylum Transformation programme, has been published

Developing AI regulation: findings from PLP’s roundtable

Cutting-edge insight from our September roundtable discussion on AI regulation, with proposals from researchers, lawyers and academics

How can the Department of Work and Pensions operate more transparently, lawfully, and fairly?

PLP looks at the human impact of DWP decisions: what’s the real cost of conditionality, automation, or overpayment recovery?

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

Scottish Human Rights Bill – PLP responds

In our response to the Scottish Government’s Human Rights Act consultation, PLP celebrates a progressive attitude to human rights law

How to strengthen open justice – consultation response

In response to the Ministry of Justice, we consider how open justice can be upheld in the modern age