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Justice

Total 14 Posts

Accountability and the prorogation of Parliament

3 min read
Evidence presented by Boris Johnson’s Government to the courts for the prorogation of Parliament may not have complied with the duty of candour, and may not have been the truth.

Anti-monarchy protesters arrested – What the law says

5 min read
Police may not have been justified in making arrests over breach of the peace and public order as being provoked by a simple sign proclaiming “not my king” is probably not reasonable.

Public enemy number one

10 min read
Rishi Sunak has launched a furious, misguided, attack on Good Law Project and its founder Jolyon Maugham QC for “wasting time and money” in the Courts.

Ofgem on notice of court action if it fails to comply with legal duties to protect vulnerable customers

3 min read
The country is in the midst of an unprecedented cost-of-living crisis, with 35 million people under threat of fuel poverty in the coming months. Ofgem has a duty to protect consumers, particularly those who are vulnerable.

The jetset tycoon, the Tory council, and the missing £138m of taxpayers’ money.

3 min read
A Conservative council has been accused of misusing half a billion pounds of taxpayers’ money, with £138 million of that cash now seemingly unaccounted for.

New revelations about gaps in the Met Partygate investigation.

3 min read
For the law to have any meaning, it must apply equally to us all. The Metropolitan Police must explain their failure to provide any explanation of how they cleared the Prime Minister over the Partygate investigation.

New Met Police legal action will get to the truth about the PM’s Partygate.

3 min read
The public have a right to know what really went on inside the Partygate investigation.
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