Will post-Brexit Britain see the breaking apart of even more families?
As many families unite for the Christmas season, those torn apart by the UK government's 'mimumum income requirement' feel their separation more acutely. This is one family's story.
Cuts to legal aid: a hidden factor in the UK homelessness crisis
A lack of early legal advice is causing unnecessary homeslessness at huge government expense.
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.
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 VW Dieselgate scandal. But it has forgotten other victims of corporate harm.