Interim cap is unlawful

The High Court has today ruled that the interim cap is unlawful.

We’ll have a bit more for you on our successful legal challenge in the not too distant future  in the form of a note and an analysis of the High Court judgment on the interim cap.

We won on the basis of Pankina arguments. You can read more about this in our previous post on the case.

It’s important to note however that this judgment is likely to be appealed.  In the meantime you can read about it in the Guardian report which appears here.

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