Following a hearing in December 2017, the Court of Appeal has declared the data retention provision of the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014 (“DRIPA”) to be unlawful, following the landmark judgment of the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the EU...

The European Court of Human Rights is holding a relatively rare oral hearing in a case brought by four DPG clients - Open Rights Group, Big Brother Watch, English PEN and Dr Constanze Kurz – alongside other organisations challenging UK government internet surveillance programmes. On Tuesday...

The Information Tribunal will hear the appeal of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Drones against successive refusals of the Ministry of Defence and the Information Commissioner to disclose documents regarding the massive expansion of a United States military base: RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire.  The...

A letter has been sent to the UK government warning of possible judicial review proceedings regarding the training provided by the UK College of Policing to the Bahrain police, amid concerns that it fails to protect against human rights risks. Moosa Mohammed, a Bahraini pro-democracy activist...

Dan Carey of Deighton Pierce Glynn assisted a press investigation into evidence of British Army assistance to the Guatemalan government in the 1980s. Former head of state Rios Montt has for several years faced Genocide charges in the Guatemalan courts, the first time that a...