Good Law Project
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REVEALED: Dominic Raab did use WhatsApp for official business, but Government didn’t retain a copy of his messages3 min read
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.
Tory donor’s company awarded £4.5 million Government contract to take care of a mountain of unusable PPE waste2 min read
A £4.5 million Government contract has been handed to a company headed up by a major Conservative Party donor to dispose of unused PPE, Good Law Project can reveal.
Attempts to enforce new Voter ID requirements could lead to many thousands of voters being turned away. Here is why it is going to be tough to challenge the Government's ruse to stop young people voting.
Giving the green light to water firms to routinely discharge sewage for decades to come is not only dangerous, but unlawful.
Lawyers have uncovered conduct by a 55 Tufton Street charity which appears to breach charity law. A cross-party group of MPs has written to ask the Charity Commission why it is allowing Tufton Street dark money to pretend to be for the public good – and claim top ups from the public purse.
US multinational tech giant Meta is aware of the harm its content can cause to the most vulnerable of us, yet it is failing to act. The consequences for young people are devastating.