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It’s going to take more than a PR campaign to fix universal credit!

United Kingdom - May 23 2019 As the DWP launches a PR campaign to supposedly 'bust the myths' around Universal Credit, Legal Officer Carolin Ott highlights the many reasons why it...

Carolin Ott.

Government defeated again as High Court finds Universal Credit migration arrangements unlawful

United Kingdom - May 3 2019 The High Court ruled today that the government’s Universal Credit migration arrangements for those who previously received the Severe Disability...

Wild Justice has secured a landmark victory for UK wildlife in its first legal case

United Kingdom - April 25 2019 In March 2019 lawyers Leigh Day, acting on behalf of Wild Justice, filed proceedings against Natural England’s decision in January this year to issue...

Carol Day.

First legal case for Wild Justice challenges Natural England’s licences that allow bird killing

United Kingdom - March 22 2019 Environmental organisation Wild Justice has today issued legal proceedings in the High Court challenging the lawfulness of the General Licence system...

Carol Day.

Essex man set to appeal High Court ruling that Government's Voter ID pilots are lawful

United Kingdom - March 20 2019 Neil Coughlan, 64, from Witham in Essex is set to apply to the Court of Appeal following a High Court judgment on 20 March 2019 which held that the...