The Royal Courts of Justice in London

PLP client will not be removed to Rwanda

The Home Secretary has agreed to settle the case of PLP’s client, who was leading a judicial review against Rwanda removal plans

Statement on Gaza-Israel conflict

Public Law Project’s statement on the Gaza – Israel conflict.

We’re recruiting: Finance Trustee

PLP is looking for a new Finance Trustee

Home Office acted unlawfully by dropping Windrush recommendations

The High Court has ruled that Suella Braverman acted unlawfully by dropping key recommendations from the Windrush ‘Lessons Learned’ Review

UN agency granted permission to intervene in PLP’s Rwanda case

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has warned the court it may have new evidence that Rwanda is not safe for asylum seekers

Court finds pre-settled EU citizens eligible for housing support

Two important wins for the3million and their pre-settled clients, who have been found eligible for welfare benefits

Date set for Rwanda test case for PLP client

Following an interim hearing at the High Court, a PLP client’s judicial review claim will be the next test case affecting the Rwanda policy.

High Court: Victory for the Rule of Law

The High Court has ruled that the former Home Secretary Suella Braverman acted unlawfully when she made regulations last year that restricted the right to public protest

Over 250 charities warn Prime Minister about harmful Rwanda Bill

A new joint letter from over 250 organisations and charities warns that the Rwanda Bill becoming law will put people’s lives at risk

Minister urged to amend Data Bill and make Government AI transparent

In a joint letter from over 30 organisations, PLP calls for a legal duty that would make government use of AI transparent

School meals: Welsh government admits failing to follow law

The High Court has declared that the Welsh Government’s decision to stop Free School Meals in the holidays last year was taken unlawfully

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