On Friday 15th November, the High Court ruled as unlawful the Home Office policy relating to victims of trafficking seeking a reconsideration of a negative decision, which restricted those requests only via a First Responder or Support Provider. Now the Home Office has agreed that...

On 10 May 2018 the Home Office confirmed that our client, Hubert Howard, had indefinite leave to remain (settled status) and had held that status since 1 January 1973. Hubert entered the UK with his mother in November 1960 at the age of 3. He had...

The Government has at long last announced a public inquiry into the human rights abuses at Brook House Immigration Removal Centre. The Home Secretary made the announcement to Parliament yesterday that the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman investigation of Brook House is converted to a statutory...

A case in the High Court considers whether local authority tenants should benefit from discounts agreed between local authorities and water suppliers. A test case that will consider whether local authorities and housing associations have acted lawfully in failing to pass on to their tenants any...

DPG has successfully represented a victim of serious crime whose personal information was shared by a public inquiry with third parties in a serious personal data breach. The effect of the public inquiry’s data breach prevented DPG’s client from seeking accountability for the serious crimes of...

ECPAT UK represented by DPG Partner Zubier Yazdani has been granted permission to intervene in the appeal of MS(Pakistan) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department. The appeal represents an opportunity for the Supreme Court to consider important issues about whether the immigration tribunal...

A legal opinion published today by Deighton Pierce Glynn’s client, the Good Law Project, raises serious concerns regarding privacy safeguards on a ‘Back Brexit’ webpage operated by the Conservative Party. Deighton Pierce Glynn, instructed by the Good Law Project (“GLP”), has obtained an opinion from a...