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What does the new government mean for public lawyers?

European Union, United Kingdom - December 13 2019 Friday 13 December 2019 will be remembered as the day the Conservatives won their biggest majority since the 1980s and finally obtained the dominance…

Nick Wrightson.

London Climate Action Week: Saving Londoners from nitrogen dioxide, one judicial review at a time

United Kingdom - July 1 2019 According to the most recent data, two million people in London are living with illegal levels of air pollution. Nitrogen dioxide is one of the main…

The grey area between Article 2 and ordinary medical negligence? The High Court considers Parkinson and the deaths of vulnerable people in care homes

United Kingdom - May 30 2019 As we discussed in our recent blog, some Inquests will automatically be designated ‘Article 2 Inquests’ if the deceased died whilst under the control…

What is an Article 2 Inquest and why does it matter?

United Kingdom - May 24 2019 In June 2018 the government announced that some bereaved families should find it easier to access Legal Aid funding for representation at Inquests…

Adam Chapman, Emily Carter.

Can law help save the world?

United Kingdom - May 10 2019 We have seen in recent months various and different attempts by those who want to change the course of government policy on the issue of climate…