The access to justice crisis and what Labour will do about it
Shadow Justice Secretary, Richard Burgon MP and openJustice's Charlotte Threipland discuss problems facing access to justice and what Labour plans to do about them.
A missed opportunity to confront the access to justice crisis
This week, the UK's Ministry of Justice published its review into the legal aid cuts. For the many people now unable to access justice, it doesn't go far enough.
Windrush: the inevitable result of a hostile environment and no legal recourse
As the UK government designs the compensation scheme for victims of the Windrush scandal, we look at the toxic combination of factors that caused the scandal in the first place.
Why legal aid matters and what you can do about it
Cuts to legal aid are causing widespread injustice and likely costing the taxpayer more. The government are reviewing the cuts. We have a final chance to tell them we care.
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