Benefit Sanctions: A Presumption of Guilt

New report finds lack of trust at heart of system

Legal Aid Means Test Review: PLP responds

Ensuring the means test is fair and accessible

Queen’s Speech: our briefings to parliamentarians

Brexit Freedoms Bill and Data Reform Bill: what are the risks and opportunities?

Amending EU law: 5 key points to know

Why avoiding a total transfer of power to the Executive is essential

Trapped capital still barrier to legal aid, research shows

Why more must be done to make legal aid accessible

Right to rent and work in UK

Significant policy for UK migrants set to avoid debate

Change to right to rent and work permits must be debated in parliament

Nationality and Borders Bill: why Clause 9(5) must go

Amendments must be made to ensure individual rights are protected

Judicial Review and Courts Bill: HoL Report Stage

Why amendments to Clauses 1 and 2 are essential to improve access to justice

Experiments in Automating Immigration Systems: a discussion

Expert insights on how to ensure automated decision making operates fairly

Human Rights Act consultation: PLP’s response

Why the proposed reforms are concerning – and why you should care

Judicial Review and Courts Bill: Lords Committee Stage

Why the ‘presumption’ on prospective only and suspended quashing orders must go, and why Cart JRs must stay

Nationality and Borders Bill: committee stage briefing

Exploring changes that must be made to ensure access to justice is upheld