Benefits payments withheld from the chronically ill in COVID-19 government failure
The cancellation of face-to-face assessments meant claimants didn’t receive money they were entitled to – leaving...
Published in: openJustice: OpinionThe coronavirus crisis: revealing an ugly truth about the UK and human rights
The UK is not protecting the rights of its marginalised people – and matters are worse in the wake of coronavirus....
Published in: openJusticePrice and prejudice: automated decision-making and the UK government (podcast)
We spoke to lawyer Cori Crider about why automated decision-making in government is a major challenge of our time.
Price and prejudice: automated decision-making and the UK government
The use of automated decision-making in UK public services is on the rise. Do not be fooled by the cloak of...
Deprived of their future: the children who have to fight for an education
Locked in a constant battle for the treatment they are legally entitled to, more than a million children with...
Published in: openJusticeThe children who can't afford to be British (podcast)
The High Court in London recently found a fee charged by the Home Office to be unlawful. In this podcast, Amnesty's...