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Yesterday, parliament debated immigration detention.  Specifically, the motion: ‘That this House supports the recommendations of the report of the Joint Inquiry by the All Party… Read more »

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The Legal Aid Team are superheros defending our rights and access to justice for everyone, not just the rich! But they are facing a terrible… Read more »

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Manifestos being launched and pored over for signs of hope or dismay, hustings a-go-go, politicians in awkward photo-shoots – it can mean only one thing. … Read more »

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On Monday afternoon, I sat nervously at my desk repeatedly pressing ‘refresh’ on my emails. Right to Remain is very busy this month – today… Read more »

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Here are some of the important events of the last year – moments of solidarity and success, setbacks and threats, and working together to overcome… Read more »

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A Detention Action and Right to Remain event Date: Tuesday 7th October 2014 Location: Praxis Community Projects, Pott Street, London, E2 0EF Time: 6.00pm –… Read more »

Justice

Legal Updates

This post will give a round up on some of the latest significant legal aid and immigration news, focussing on the residence test, the evident, grim impact of LASPO 2012, and the Home Secretary’s win over minimum income requirements in the Court of Appeal.

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When the latest wave of legal aid changes was proposed last year, the residence test was immediately one of the top concerns (see September blog… Read more »

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At a meeting organised by Legal Action for Women in London on Saturday, representatives from groups all across the UK came together to share how… Read more »

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On 22 October, the new Immigration Bill had its second reading in the House of Commons.  At this stage of a new bill, MPs are… Read more »