Liberty helps defeat government’s discriminatory Right to Rent scheme

01 March 2019

 High Court rules that the Home Office’s Right to Rent scheme is discriminatory

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Why it’s as important as it’s ever been to stand up to power

Our look might have changed, but our aims remain constant. They're the same as they’ve been since 1934 – to challenge injustice, intolerance and abuse of power, defend freedom and make the UK a fairer, more equal place.

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Liberty pays at a discounted rate for simple individual or mirror Wills for our members. If you require a more complex Will, you may be charged for any necessary additional work.

The gifts we receive from members and supporters through their wills make a vital contribution to our work. There is no obligation to leave us a gift if you use the scheme, but we hope you would feel able to, once your loved ones have been provided for. Your gift – however small or large – will help Liberty challenge injustice and protect the rights and freedoms of future generations.

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The National Free Wills Network will send you a voucher and a list of participating solicitors in your area. You will then have up to 60 days to make an appointment with your preferred solicitor who will help you draw up your Will free of charge. With over 800 law firms currently involved, the Network aims have a participating solicitor within 5 miles of each donor referred.

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New domestic abuse laws cannot become a missed opportunity

The Government intends to publish a Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill to tackle these crimes and properly support anyone who has suffered because of them. And this week, the Home Affairs Select Committee published its report identifying issues to be addressed when a draft law emerges. But a number of its proposals must go further.

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Brexit: Time is running out for the UK and EU to take rights seriously

As negotiations reach a crucial stage, both sides must commit to protecting our hard-won fundamental rights and freedoms after Brexit.

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The deadline for completing the GRA consultation is 19 October – make this a date you keep

This moment is one of those rare occasions where a small act can have a big impact. Your support could genuinely help change the lives of trans people across the country.

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Liberty calls for civilian police to investigate all military crimes after Coroner delivers highly critical verdict in Private Sean Benton inquest

18 July 2018


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"An opportunity to reverse decline": Liberty, Amnesty and BIHR respond to government plans to reform Gender Recognition Act

03 July 2018

The UK’s current gender recognition law is out-of-date, dehumanising and in need of urgent reform, Amnesty International UK, Liberty and the British Institute of Human Rights have said today, in a joint statement responding to the launch of a government consultation on reforming the Gender Recognition Act.

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“Not a fool-proof system”: Facial recognition in action

As the afternoon sun beat down on East London on Thursday, the people of Stratford were being watched. 

Two CCTV cameras had been placed on the bridge linking the train station to Westfield Shopping Centre. But these cameras were a little different. They were loaded with facial recognition technology to identify members of the public.

This was the latest Metropolitan Police deployment of privacy-abusing automated facial recognition tech on the capital’s streets. Liberty was invited to observe. We were not impressed.

Computers making decisions

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