Our client successfully challenged her refusal of a student loan by way of judicial review. After being granted humanitarian protection (a form of leave to remain in the UK) in recognition that returning to her country of origin would breach her human rights, our client was...

On 10-12 December 2019 the High Court is hearing a judicial review challenging substantial and systematic delays by the Home office in deciding asylum applications made by unaccompanied children. Statistics show that applications by unaccompanied children have routinely taken well in excess of a year to...

The High Court has today decided that the Home Office’s approach to protecting victims of trafficking is unlawful. The test case was brought by two victims of trafficking, who challenged the Home Office’s policy of refusing to grant them leave to remain in the UK until...

Following court action, the Metropolitan Police has agreed to delete information relating to a referral of a primary school age child under the government’s PREVENT programme. The other referring authorities also agreed to correct and delete the relevant records. DPG’s client was concerned that the records...

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...

We are delighted that The Times has recognised DPG’s work to challenge state bodies by listing us in the top 200 Best Law Firms for 2020. There are couple of points we would like to clarify. As well as high profile cases, we also act for...