A Cardiac Expert And A Nurse Needed By The NHS Are Facing Deportation Because Of An "Innocent Mistake"
Paul Ermitano, a “highly respected” cardiac physiologist who was recruited from the Philippines because of NHS staff shortages, and his wife, Jamila, a nurse, are facing deportation because they briefly accepted child benefit for their son.
A Criminal Investigation Into The Ministry Of Justice Has Been Dropped And Legal Experts Are Not Happy
"There are still questions to answer about why and how the Ministry of Justice suppressed this document."
Tapiwa Matukutire, who was living in the UK legally with his British wife and child when his home was raided, was pinned down and handcuffed while his toddler was left unattended.
Amin Khoshkhoo, 20, did not get asylum with the rest of his family and has just two weeks left to take up a place to study medical sciences and pharmacology at Coventry University.
The Equalities Watchdog Will Investigate Whether Victims Of Discrimination Are Being Denied Justice By Legal Aid Cuts
Exclusive: The chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission told BuzzFeed News that Britain now faces a "two-tier" system with justice only for the rich.
The Home Office Has A Secret Process To Deal With Poor Immigration Decisions: Solve The Cases That Get Bad Publicity
Exclusive: Lawyers say a new rapid-response process established by then home secretary Amber Rudd in 2017 to resolve high-profile cases creates a double standard.
"It feels like my life has been handed back to me and I can start living again," said Valentina Hynes, who was initially told she should return to Nigeria and leave her 2-year-old son behind with her husband.
Police said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the crash, which they said "appears to be a deliberate act."
Valentina Hynes settled in the UK with her British husband Stephen after he suffered a heart attack during a trip home, but the Home Office says she should go back to Nigeria.
Hajer Alwadaei was needlessly born without a nationality in London. BuzzFeed News has uncovered evidence of multiple failings in the Home Office's handling of stateless people like her.
Britain’s Most Senior Judge Says Problems In The Justice System Are "Too Numerous To Mention, Let Alone Address”
The comments from the president of the Supreme Court, Lady Hale, have been made public as a report from MPs says cuts to criminal justice risk undermining the rule of law.
This Man Is Fighting A Legal Battle To Live In Britain After The Government Forced His Family Out Of Their Homeland
Dominique Elysee's family cannot return to the Chagos Islands and he was refused British citizenship, so he's bringing a test case in the High Court on Tuesday.
"It might not force him to listen but at least our government will hear how we feel about it all.”
Gunbook, a social network for gun lovers, changed its name to Shooters Network after receiving legal threats from Facebook's lawyers.
“The MoJ's handling of this FOI request has been nothing short of disastrous,” one barrister told BuzzFeed News.
A Criminal Investigation Has Been Launched Into The Ministry Of Justice After A Buried Report Was Leaked To BuzzFeed News
The Information Commissioner's Office has begun a criminal investigation into the Ministry of Justice over allegations the department broke Freedom of Information law.
Justice select committee chair Bob Neill told BuzzFeed News: "It is imperative that there’s maximum transparency on the way government decisions are taken."
A Woman Has Been Saved From Eviction Proceedings After Universal Credit Confirmed It Would Pay Rent Arrears
"When they told me the case was dismissed I was so relieved that burden had gone. I was so happy I slept well for the first time."
The Government Said It Had Solved This Mother's Universal Credit Problems – But She Still Faces Eviction
“I’ve been crying the whole of yesterday. I thought everything was going to be sorted out and the court would be cancelled.”
The Government Has Been Reported To The Information Commissioner Over A Report Leaked To BuzzFeed News
Concealing a document to prevent it being disclosed is a potential offence under the Freedom of Information Act.