Published in: openJustice: InvestigationBenefits 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...
Prisons are not the place for immigration detainees during the coronavirus crisis
More migrant detainees are being held in prisons since the start of the pandemic. This puts liberty, health and...
Published in: openJusticeLess time in school, more time in prison: children during Coronavirus
On this year's International Children’s Day, the government are sidelining children’s rights.
Published in: openJustice: InvestigationSedated and abandoned: the struggle to care for my disabled daughter during lockdown
From one week to the next Lauryn, 17, went from having a full package of support for her severe learning...
Disabled communities fighting back during the coronavirus pandemic
The rights of disabled people have been sidelined during this pandemic but multiple threats of legal action have...
Government rhetoric on migrants is a smoke screen for a deeper agenda
For now, the rule of law is providing hope to people claiming asylum in the UK. But the government has other ideas.
I gave birth during coronavirus as an asylum seeker
The doctors were good to me but my circumstances caused problems during the birth and beyond. I came to the UK for...
The 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....