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Why grieving families need legal representation at an inquest

Contrary to what the UK government say, many bereaved families need legal representation at an inquest to ensure a full and fearless investigation into the death of their loved one.

Legal aid cuts, disability and the silent storm hitting our community

This week the UN found the UK’s austerity measures to have been “punitive”.  To understand their true impact on disabled people, we must also look at what’s happened to our justice system.

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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