Sheffield woman Irene, has won in her challenge on the lawfulness of the City Council’s decision to adopt a policy of licensing unlimited strip clubs. She argued that they had failed to discharge their public sector equality duty and properly consider the results of their...

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...

DPG is instructed by the Good Law Project in this claim. The final hearing of the judicial review claim against the Electoral Commission is being heard by the Divisional Court today. The claim started off challenging the Electoral Commission’s decision not to investigate whether Vote Leave...

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...

After six days of evidence at Gloucestershire Coroner’s Court an inquest jury concluded that “inappropriate” restraint by security staff at Stowfield Business Park near Lydbrook contributed to the death of Mark Kentish, a 55 year old father of six, on 23 June 2016. The previous day...