Published in: openDemocracyUKUK rape survivors face ‘digital strip searches’ and other deterrents to justice
The proportion of reported rapes that end in conviction is shockingly low – and new forms of obstacles to justice...
"They told me to stop crying at night": How the UK is failing asylum seeking children
Figures suggest that many young asylum seekers arriving in the UK have their ages wrongly disputed leading to...
It’s time to radically rethink our immigration system
Today marks one year since Sajid Javid was appointed Home Secretary. So far he has failed to live up to his promises.
We’ve achieved same sex marriage in England and Wales. But this is only half the battle.
Today, we celebrate the fifth year of marriage equality in England and Wales. But discriminatory immigration rules...
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...
Consumer is King? Of class actions and who matters in EU law
The European Commission proposes that consumers should be able to take class actions in future, in the wake of the...