Update – PLP’s legal challenge over immigration legal aid crisis

After meeting with the Ministry of Justice, PLP continues to prepare evidence for our proposed legal challenge

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Joint Civil Society Statement on the Supreme Court Ruling on the Rwanda Plan

Over 100 civil societies react to the Rwanda plan ruling and call for the Government to abandon similar efforts

Annual Conference catch up: Speeches you don’t want to miss

Speakers from our ‘Power and the Law’ conference take on topics like immigration exceptionalism and the future of strategic litigation

Will a ‘remote providers list’ help resolve legal aid shortage? 

UPDATE: Can you help once more with PLP’s challenge to the Lord Chancellor over legal aid?

Court of Appeal dismisses DWP’s appeal in favour of disabled woman’s widower

How the Court of Appeals handed down judgment on the DWP’s appeal over bereavement pay in favour of our client

Can you support legal action over the crisis in legal aid?

Help our legal action against the Lord Chancellor by providing evidence of how unsustainable and inaccessible legal aid has become

Home Secretary challenged over game-changing attempt to make new protest laws

Why PLP is supporting Liberty’s case against the Home Secretary over anti-protest legislature that was previously rejected by Parliament

Ministry of Justice rejects concerns over Legal Aid fees

Why the MoJ’s new rise in legal aid fees isn’t enough to guarantee marginalised people can access legal support

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

Home Secretary signs new Immigration Act provisions into effect: What do they mean?

What do the Home Secretary’s new powers mean and how will they further endanger asylum seekers affected by the Illegal Migration Act?

European court of human rights in Strasbourg

For 70 years, the ECHR has been a force for good 

As it turns 70, the European Convention on Human Rights is under threat but still essential for protecting our basic rights