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...

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...

  In mid-July 2018 the Government (Home Office) announced the ‘Windrush Compensation Consultation’. This Consultation is the second stage in the designing of a Government scheme to compensate Windrush migrants who despite being in the UK lawfully, have been affected by Government measures to police illegal...

We are delighted to announce that DPG solicitors Christina Juman, Connie Sozi, Daniel Carey and Frances Lipman have been made salaried partners. Their expertise and skills in their fields and their dedication to the work we do to defend the rights of our vulnerable clients...

Today, 21 March 2018 marks a month since women detained at Yarl’s Wood immigration detention centre began their hunger strike against inadequate healthcare and other conditions they describe as inhumane, at the centre. On 23 February 2018 Dianne Abbott, Shadow Home Secretary, visited these women...

Yesterday, in a clear and robust decision, the Supreme Court ruled that the Government’s ‘deport first, appeal later’ policy was unlawful. Under the policy, which was introduced for deportation appeals in 2014 and recently extended to other human rights appeals, the Home Office can remove...