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Good Law Project

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Good Law Project is a not-for-profit campaign organisation that uses the law to protect the interests of the public.

Government finally publishes missing £248m ventilator contracts and reveals it hired a firm to destroy unused equipment

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The Cabinet Office have finally published the remaining COVID Ventilator Challenge contracts – and the waste is shocking.

The Government is still “considering” how to improve its Net Zero Strategy with just a month to go

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The High Court has ordered Ministers to update their plan and demonstrate how policies will achieve Net Zero climate targets by March 2023. Despite this, the Government is only “considering the next steps”.

The Public Trust Doctrine: An ancient legal principle which could protect our environment now and for future generations

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Many of our vital environmental laws and protections are being put at risk by the long and dark shadow of Brexit. It beggars belief that this comes at a time when the Government should be urgently strengthening and expediting our response to the ongoing climate emergency.

Government commits to publishing £248m missing COVID contracts after breaching transparency guidelines

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After breaching transparency guidelines, the UK government commits to publishing £248 million worth of missing COVID-19 contracts.

Sunak-linked hedge fund sees pandemic profits soar to £109m

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Has Rishi Sunak benefitted from Government contracts during the pandemic? A hedge fund, where the Prime Minister was a founding partner, has seen its profits more than double in a year.

REVEALED: Dominic Raab did use WhatsApp for official business, but Government didn’t retain a copy of his messages

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For 17 months, the FCDO refused to answer our questions regarding Dominic Raab’s WhatsApp use. But, following an intervention from the ICO, they’ve finally come clean.

REVEALED: The names of those who referred COVID testing firms into the “VIP” lane

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Introductions from just six Conservative Party politicians led to ‘VIPs’ being awarded contracts worth an eye-watering £5 billion.
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