Archive for Will Fitzgibbon

Thousands of affordable homes axed

Councils cave in as developers renegotiate building projects to deliver better profits.

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Case study: Beleaguered in Brent

Hanane Toumi and her family work and study in Westminster but now commute from Brent.

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In Video: Naming the Dead

Watch a short film clip about the Bureau’s new drone project – Naming the Dead.

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Twitt(er)ing open justice?

What happens when electronically-held information creeps into the jury room?

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Court in the net

The court system needs a Transparency Charter.

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Open and shut justice

Journalists seeking to report the courts faced significant obstacles.

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Accessible Law

An exploration of what we need to understand the law.

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The free legal info landscape

There is no ‘one-stop shop’ for accessing legal information online.

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Towards legal transparency

A new ‘Court Charter’ calls for publicly accessible case law lists

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