Support is mounting for Osime Brown, who has autism and significant learning difficulties, in his and his family’s fight to stop his deportation to Jamaica, which he left when he was 4 years old. Deighton Pierce Glynn represented Osime in a successful challenge to his...

The Undercover Policing Inquiry hearings are now taking place. The opening speech about our clients was given by Rajiv Menon QC, and can be viewed here. DPG's Jane Deighton is acting for clients Audrey, Richard, and Nathan Adams, Mr Duwayne Brooks OBE, and Ken Livingstone. Read...

The High Court rules Home Office policy to be so inherently unfair, that it’s unlawful. In a judgment handed down on 21 July 2020, the High Court found the Home Office’s policy on accommodating destitute migrants was systemically unfair and unlawful. The Home Office has now...

Good Law Project and 3 Cross-party MPs have launched a judicial review to challenge the Government’s repeated failures to lawfully publish contract award notices, in respect of contracts connected to Covid-19, which have been awarded. The Claimants challenge the widespread systemic failure of the Secretary of...

DPG’s work has been featured in the Bristol Cable: a pioneering community-led newspaper that has won awards for its investigative journalism. Ugo Hayter and Adam Hundt spoke to the Cable about DPG’s work and the inspiration that comes from working with our brave clients. Read the...