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The Good Law Project has been pursuing the government for judicial review of the way in which Covid-related contracts were placed in apparent contravention of the legal requirement to award contracts without bias towards specific suppliers.

This is the second victory for the Good Law Project, who earlier won a not dissimilar case against Matt Hancock.

"The Court found that the decision to award the £560,000 contract to Public First was tainted by 'apparent bias' and was unlawful'"

More details here.

Moreover it now appears that the government may not approve of the Good Law Project.

"We are the arrow but you draw the bow.

It is only with your support that we can continue to hold Government to account.

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