The Brook House Inquiry – the first of its kind – will hold its first virtual preliminary hearing at 2pm today, Friday 25 September 2020. The Brook House Inquiry is the first public inquiry into immigration detention in the United Kingdom. It’s first preliminary hearing...

Zimbabweans in exile are increasingly concerned about the breakdown of the rule of law. In the past few days, a lawyer representing three women including an opposition MP was arrested whilst travelling with his clients to comply with bail requirements. This event is inspired by...

Prime Minister is asked to fulfil his promise that military-grade equipment will not be exported to the US if it is used for internal repression. Following the brutal and racist killing of George Floyd by a police officer and the widespread protests that immediately followed and...

As a result of our client’s litigation, the Home Office amended its Immigration Bail policy at the end of February 2020 to confirm that Schedule 10 applications for non-detained nationals should be determined within 5 days or less, and within 2 days for vulnerable groups...

Leading human rights lawyer Ugo Hayter is appointed a partner in the firm. We are very excited to announce that Ugo Hayter, one of the leading human rights lawyers in the country, has been appointed Partner in our firm.  Her approach to her work, her clients...

On 10-12 December 2019 the High Court is hearing a judicial review challenging substantial and systematic delays by the Home office in deciding asylum applications made by unaccompanied children. Statistics show that applications by unaccompanied children have routinely taken well in excess of a year to...