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...

We are delighted that DPG's Trainee, Georgina Colegate-Stone qualified as a Solicitor on 15  July 2020. George has successfully completed her training at DPG and has been offered a permanent position as a solicitor here. Before joining DPG, George worked in Parliament for several years both...

Zimbabweans in exile are increasingly concerned about the breakdown of the rule of law. In the past few days, a lawyer representing three women including an opposition MP was arrested whilst travelling with his clients to comply with bail requirements. This event is inspired by...

https://youtu.be/pUBS-3NaQiM DPG have collaborated with young activists and film maker, Toby Lloyd tobylloydfilm.com to make this video to support our client’s case. Our client has set up a CrowdJustice page to raise funds for their case against the Government. We are requesting that the Government immediately stops...

DPG’s work has been featured in the Bristol Cable: a pioneering community-led newspaper that has won awards for its investigative journalism. Ugo Hayter and Adam Hundt spoke to the Cable about DPG’s work and the inspiration that comes from working with our brave clients. Read the...