UK PPE Fiasco

5 August 2020 — The Good Law Project

On Monday evening, Good Law Project is hosting a live panel discussion on our cases to challenge the award of huge PPE contracts to a number of companies, seemingly without any advertising or competitive tender process.

We are taking legal action in relation to three PPE contracts awarded by Government – to a pest control company, a confectioner, and an opaque private fund owned through a tax haven. Why did the Government award enormous sums of public money to these companies? We intend to find out.

If you would like to find more about the case and the remarkable facts we have unearthed so far, you can watch our live panel discussion. The panel of speakers includes Jolyon Maugham, Director of Good Law Project, Dawn Butler, MP for Brent Central, and Alex Rook from Rook Irwin Sweeney, the solicitors acting in these cases.

Here are the details of the event:
When:  6PM – 7PM, Monday 10th August
Where: Facebook or Twitter
RSVP: Eventbrite

You don’t need to download anything to watch the event – just log on to Facebook or Twitter at 6pm on Monday! Don’t worry if you can’t attend, the event will be recorded so you can watch it later.

Thank you for your support,
Good Law Project team

PS: If there is a specific question you’d like the panel to discuss, you can let us know by sending us an email.

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