We have been instructed by a number of patients to challenge guidance which requires hospitals to tell the Home Office if patients have received medical treatment but cannot pay for it, irrespective of whether the patient has consented to the sharing of the information. There...

Gilberto Torres, the trade unionist who was kidnapped and tortured after he challenged oil companies in Colombia is coming to England, Scotland and Wales to tell his story. Oiljustice will be touring cities around the UK to educate, agitate and organise about the effects of...

BBC Radio and the Belfast Telegraph have reported on Denise Brewster’s on-going Crowdjustice campaign to raise funds for her Supreme Court appeal. Ms Brewster’s case challenges rules in pension schemes which discriminate against couples who are not married or in civil partnerships and which prevent the...

On 9 September the Ministry of Justice announced that Just Solutions International (JSi) - the “commercial arm” of the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) - will not pursue any new projects, but it will continue to pursue existing projects including the proposal to work with...