On Friday 10 May 2019 the Court of Appeal will hear the application to appeal against the High Court’s decision to refuse a challenge to the legality of the Government’s powers to make Serious Shortage Protocols (SSPs) that would allow pharmacists to alter prescriptions for...

MA v Secretary of State for the Home Department (CO/2710/2017); BB v Secretary of State for the Home Department (CO/382/2018). The High Court is to rule on whether the Home Office’s poor response to the appalling mistreatment of detainees at Brook House Immigration Removal Centre, exposed...

Our client, a Windrush migrant was scheduled to be removed on the Charter flight to Jamaica today, 6 February 2019. Our client’s removal has been stayed but 35 (originally 51) others have been removed. For all we know some of those removed may have been...

We are delighted that today two of the trainees at DPG are qualifying as solicitors. Amalia King and Robyn Taylor have both successfully completed their training at DPG and been offered permanent positions as solicitors here. Amalia King: Before joining DPG, Amalia was a welfare rights advisor...

DPG Partner Louise Whitfield shortlisted for Lexis Nexis Legal Personality of the Year. We are delighted that in recognition of her work over the last year, including success in the Supreme Court to extend civil partnerships to heterosexual couples, Louise has been shortlisted for another award. The LexisNexis...

The partners and everyone at DPG are today saying goodbye to Gareth Mitchell, one of DPG’s longest serving employees. Gareth joined Pierce Glynn in 2002 on qualification rising to partner. He then became a partner in Deighton Pierce Glynn when the newly merged firm began in...