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...

DPG has successfully represented a victim of serious crime whose personal information was shared by a public inquiry with third parties in a serious personal data breach. The effect of the public inquiry’s data breach prevented DPG’s client from seeking accountability for the serious crimes of...

One of the successes from our ground breaking PAP scheme is reported in the local newspapers in Bristol. This case, a rare good news story about asylum support, was supported by Jacob Rees-Mogg, their local MP. However, it was the receipt of the pre-action letter...

On Friday 10 May 2019 the Court of Appeal will hear the application to appeal against the High Court’s decision to refuse a challenge to the legality of the Government’s powers to make Serious Shortage Protocols (SSPs) that would allow pharmacists to alter prescriptions for...

MA v Secretary of State for the Home Department (CO/2710/2017); BB v Secretary of State for the Home Department (CO/382/2018). The High Court is to rule on whether the Home Office’s poor response to the appalling mistreatment of detainees at Brook House Immigration Removal Centre, exposed...

Our client, a Windrush migrant was scheduled to be removed on the Charter flight to Jamaica today, 6 February 2019. Our client’s removal has been stayed but 35 (originally 51) others have been removed. For all we know some of those removed may have been...