G4S ‘manifestly ill-equipped to provide advice on discrimination and human rights,’ says Liberty

The government could face High Court action if it does not set aside the contract it has awarded to G4S to operate the national discrimination advice helpline, a UK charity has warned.

The Law Centres Network (LCN) has sent a letter before action to Whitehall seeking a new tender process, correcting faults in the previous one. LCN argues that the government failed to properly assess the shortcomings of the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS...

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06 Sep 2016 | Practice Area