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...

The Good Law Project has today issued judicial review proceedings challenging the legality of the Government’s powers to make Serious Shortage Protocols (SSPs) that would allow pharmacists to alter prescriptions for people with serious medical conditions, such as epilepsy, in the event of medicines shortages. Details...

At 9pm on 27 June 2018 BBC2 will screen an hour-long documentary on the battle by campaigners and organisations for the NHS to fund PrEP.  The case brought by National AIDS Trust with our help will be featured, along with interviews with our lawyers. On 2...

Hospital Trust suspends car park charges for blue badge holders following claim for judicial review. Kingston Hospital Trust has conceded a claim for judicial review brought by a severely disabled man, AS, challenging the introduction of hospital car parking charges for blue badge holders. AS suffers...

DPG client secures High Court injunction allowing her to sit her A-levels next week. A few weeks ago our client was, like many teenagers in the UK, preparing to take her A-levels.  She then received a letter from the Home Office informing her that her reporting...

The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of the NAT (National AIDS Trust) in a judgment that confirms that NHS England can legally fund the HIV prevention drug PrEP. This decision means that NHS England is obliged to give due consideration to commissioning PrEP. This...

For the third time, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has agreed that Watford Council can appropriate the Farm Terrace Allotment site for a development, despite two previous decisions having been quashed by the High Court after the plot-holders challenged them. The...