A judicial review trial is underway against the Government’s policy to apply the good character requirement to Windrush migrants applying to become British citizens. The policy is part of the Windrush Scheme, a Scheme that was set up by the Government to put right injustices...

Deighton Pierce Glynn have responded to the “review of judicial review” set up by the government – the Independent Review of Administrative Law– stressing the importance of judicial review for our clients, many of whom are vulnerable or marginalised or have been victims of serious...

Deighton Pierce Glynn joined other claimant judicial review firms (Leigh Day, Bindmans LLP, Bhatt Murphy and Irwin Mitchell) in writing to the Lord Chancellor, Robert Buckland, about the imbalanced terms of reference and conduct of the Government’s recently announced review of Administrative Law. In our...

The High Court rules Home Office policy to be so inherently unfair, that it’s unlawful. In a judgment handed down on 21 July 2020, the High Court found the Home Office’s policy on accommodating destitute migrants was systemically unfair and unlawful. The Home Office has now...

We are instructed in a case to challenge the UK's exports of arms equipment (tear gas, rubber bullets, and the like) to the US, that we have all seen is being used to repress peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters. Our client is crowdfunding for this...

Good Law Project and 3 Cross-party MPs have launched a judicial review to challenge the Government’s repeated failures to lawfully publish contract award notices, in respect of contracts connected to Covid-19, which have been awarded. The Claimants challenge the widespread systemic failure of the Secretary of...