The High Court is to rule on whether the Home Office’s new ‘scheduling rule’ is incompatible with the international Convention implemented by the UK to combat the trafficking in human beings and whether the new rule discriminates against victims of trafficking who have made an...

DPG client secures damages following the Home Office’s failure to spot that she was being exploited by her employer. Like many women living in poverty, our client was lured to the Arabian Peninsula with the promise of a good job, but instead she was subjected to...

The Supreme Court case of Reyes v Al-Malki is being heard on 15-18 May 2017. It will determine whether diplomats responsible for the trafficking of migrant domestic workers should be able to rely on diplomatic immunity to avoid civil claims brought by victims. Deighton Pierce Glynn...

The European Court of Human Rights has granted our client Anti-Slavery International permission to intervene in the significant case of Chowdhury v Greece, Application No: 21884/15. The plight of Mr Chowdhury and his fellow workers, who were migrants working as fruit pickers in Greece, was publicised...

A High Court judge has granted permission for a judicial review of the Home Office’s decision to evict a victim of trafficking from a safe house and on to the streets. In doing so, the judge extended an injunction forcing the Home Office to continue...