NEWS: Public Law and Judicial Review, Housing
COVID-19, homelessness and rough sleepers: how to help persons ineligible for support
By Tara O'Leary
At the outset of the COVID-19 lockdown, the Government called on local authorities to take immediate steps to offer 'safe' accommodation to all rough sleepers and persons staying
NEWS: Licensing, Information Law
Contact tracing for licensed premises: what you need to know
On Tuesday 23 June, the Prime Minister announced that the Government intends to 'unlock' significant aspects of the lockdown with effect from 4 July 2020.
Among the business allowed to re-open
NEWS: Public Law and Judicial Review, Local Government
How to (lawfully) rename streets and remove statues
By Ruchi Parekh
In the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests, local authorities across the UK are having to grapple with the controversial historical figures that line their streets. Many
NEWS: Information Law
Temperature checks – are they lawful under the GDPR?
By Matt Lewin
As schools, offices, shops, and other commercial premises begin to re-open after the lockdown, it appears that many premises owners are carrying out temperature checks for staff, students