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Last 50 tweets from @JolyonMaugham
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Any update on the petition please Jo? 👍🏻
Replying to @Cakeislovely
First announcement on Friday.
 
A wealthy society that forces people to choose between heating and eating is broken. It's a moral act, a moral imperative, to say so and by whatever means you can. Don't let anyone - not politicians, the media or even charities - tell you otherwise.
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Latest calculation for the electricity and gas UK retail price cap is scary. Very, very scary.

Consultant @CornwallInsight puts the cap in October at £3,582 a year (up from £1,971 per year current). From January, it jumps to £4,266 per year.

UK government sleeping at the wheel.
 
Lord Frost writing for Policy Exchange. The Conservative Party has become a death cult. thetimes.co.uk/article/9255ae… pic.twitter.com/jG4urDJxp8
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
Amazingly, Policy Exchange, which routinely publishes this kind of fact-free libertarian quackery, is subsidized by our taxes because the @ChtyCommission isn't really a regulator any more.
 
Lord Frost writing for Policy Exchange. The Conservative Party has become a death cult. thetimes.co.uk/article/9255ae…
 
In reply to @DrOsitaMba
Lord Denning’s statement on how an iconoclast reacts to long-held beliefs that work injustice: “ … he will see whether there is not some competing principle which can be applied in the case in hand. He will search the old cases and the writers old and new, until he finds it.” pic.twitter.com/BVyXfCnYMl
 
This feels wrong-headed to me. For sure some people won't pay but huge numbers just can't pay. If I led a debt-relief charity I'd be trying to help those who can't pay. And people showing solidarity, the won't pay people, may well be the solution. bigissue.com/news/social-ju…
What are the risks of Don't Pay UK? We asked a leading lawyer - The Big Issue
bigissue.com
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
HELP. We're taking legal action against the Govt for failing to implement Grenfell Inquiry recommendations to protect disabled people. Our legal team is working 'no win no fee', but we're crowdfunding to help protect us from Home Office legal fees.

gofundme.com/f/disabled-peo…
Disabled people's right to escape from fire, organized by Sarah Rennie and Georgie Hulme
gofundme.com
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
I agree. Just writing a column on the same theme now.
Replying to @caitlinmoran
Ooh! Can't wait to read it.
 
With no real plan from anyone in government, civil disobedience is looking increasingly like the only option left ....
Replying to @caitlinmoran
How can they look at what's happening - millions of people going hungry - and think the right response is tax cuts for the rich? It's madness. You have to speak a language even this Government will hear.
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
With no real plan from anyone in government, civil disobedience is looking increasingly like the only option left ....
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
At @GoodLawProject we will provide detailed legal support on how to deal with energy companies if you can't, or in solidarity won't, pay. No one should have to choose between heating and eating. Sign up for updates: actions.goodlawproject.org/fuel_poverty
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
Let's be honest: we can't go on like this. Government needs to get real about tackling the climate crisis that is going to keep driving up energy bills.
 
The truth is, if one person doesn't pay their energy bill s/he has a problem. If a million people don't pay their energy bills the system has a problem. independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-n…
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
At @GoodLawProject we will provide detailed legal support on how to deal with energy companies if you can't, or in solidarity won't, pay. No one should have to choose between heating and eating. Sign up for updates: actions.goodlawproject.org/fuel_poverty
Ofgem must take action on fuel poverty
actions.goodlawproject.org
 
The truth is, if one person doesn't pay their energy bill s/he has a problem. If a million people don't pay their energy bills the system has a problem. independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-n…
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Enough is enough. It's time to turn anger into action.

Join the campaign to fight the cost-of-living crisis.

wesayenough.co.uk
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Do you plan to strike from paying energy bills with @dontpayuk? I'm looking to speak to people who are for an article for @novaramedia - please DM me!
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
In reply to @RobertThomas223
is entirely right to highlight the link here with govt weakening the ethical standards of lawyers within government. twitter.com/JolyonMaugham/… Govt lawyers play an essential role within govt, ensuring it acts lawfully. Weakening their role does enormous damage.
 
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Heaven knows how much we've shelled out in subsidies to the government minister Richard Benyon and his family, paid by the hectare for his vast lands. In return we get "No Trespassing". It's fundamentally unjust. theguardian.com/environment/20…
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
“We already have laws to prevent cases that lack merit... What Raab seems to want is a world in which the government is above the law.” - ⁦@JolyonMaughamtheguardian.com/politics/2022/…
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Here is what Dominic Raab ("DPM") is considering. Government already spends like a sailor on shore leave to try and deter challenges. Really worrying that he is considering legislating to change the "intensity of review" (ie to make it even harder for Claimants to succeed). pic.twitter.com/hYxu3iu4jc
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
Is it any wonder so many lawyers working within Government struggle ethically with what they are asked to do? Many good people still there but from what we observe, and what applicants for jobs with us say, it is hard to recommend the Government Legal Department as a career.
 
"What Raab seems to want is a world in which the government is above the law.” theguardian.com/politics/2022/…
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
Here is what Dominic Raab ("DPM") is considering. Government already spends like a sailor on shore leave to try and deter challenges. Really worrying that he is considering legislating to change the "intensity of review" (ie to make it even harder for Claimants to succeed).
 
"What Raab seems to want is a world in which the government is above the law.” theguardian.com/politics/2022/…
 
I'm sure this advice is well-intentioned. I'm not sure it's helpful or even accurate. What about people who can't pay? What can debt collection agencies *actually* do if a million people don't pay? theguardian.com/business/2022/… pic.twitter.com/r0DGag5K7L
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
We at @GoodLawProject are monitoring the situation closely and will provide close and detailed legal support on how you should deal with these questions. We don't think you should have to choose between heating and eating. Sign up for updates: actions.goodlawproject.org/fuel_poverty
Ofgem must take action on fuel poverty
actions.goodlawproject.org
 
I'm sure this advice is well-intentioned. I'm not sure it's helpful or even accurate. What about people who can't pay? What can debt collection agencies *actually* do if a million people don't pay? theguardian.com/business/2022/…
 
Even if Johnson quits Parliament to try and avoid a Commons inquiry, @GoodLawProject will continue with its judicial review of the Met's inexplicable failure properly to investigate Partygate. There can't be special treatment for the powerful. theguardian.com/politics/2022/…
Tories call for Boris Johnson to quit as MP to avoid Partygate inquiry
theguardian.com
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Well, under the law as it stands
She'd have to make new law to change any tax.
 
What the Empire was it was - let the historians argue about the past. But the Parthenon Marbles should be where they belong, in their culture and in their context. And you can't seriously argue that to be the British Museum. They should be in Greece. on.ft.com/3SvIu65
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
She doesn't have the powers to cut council tax. She can offer things like the Council Tax Freeze Grant like Eric Pickles did in the early austerity days & hope Councils accept.
Well, she does actually. But I know what you mean.
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
interesting reasoning, not sure I agree with it, but then I’m not involved or at all knowledgeable. thanks for the answer and thanks for the work you do
Replying to @bijakeperalta
Yeah, I am going to publish. Will do a little thread when I have time.
 
Translation: there will be handouts.

Just to upper and middle income households, and definitely not to those actually facing destitution.

Class war at its starkest.

ft.com/content/0d4e8e…
Replying to @jdportes
Quite. I doubt it's Council Tax - or any other regressive tax - she'll be cutting.
 
Don't make them feel they are screwing poor people, Rishi! on.ft.com/3Q5zmU6
 
*side-eye at the clever lawyers who blame @GoodLawProject for the Government's threats to clamp down on judicial review*
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
I know it's inconvenient - it might even cost you something. But there's no other way - with authoritarians you have to call them wrong.
 
*side-eye at the clever lawyers who blame @GoodLawProject for the Government's threats to clamp down on judicial review*
After her speech is interrupted by protestors, Liz Truss tells the audience she will bring in new legislation to stop "our democracy being disrupted by unfair protests." pic.twitter.com/6HiAZfDnWp
 
Large Tory donor charged with paying Puerto Rican politicians for favours. I wonder what he expected to get for his money from the Tories? on.ft.com/3StVNEh
 
I know lots of clever people have told you there is nothing to see here but we still have some questions about the £70bn framework agreement let by one obscure entity to another. We have instructed our lawyers to send pre-action correspondence. goodlawproject.org/news/who-are-t…
Who are the Place Group? - Good Law Project
goodlawproject.org
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
🚨Scoop: From autumn, migrants will be required to scan their faces on smartwatches up to five times a day.

In May the @ukhomeoffice awarded tech co @wearebuddi a £6m contract to produce facial recognition watches, which will track location 24/7.

theguardian.com/politics/2022/…
Facial recognition smartwatches to be used to monitor foreign offenders in UK
theguardian.com
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Grim and unsurprising findings in latest @ONS household finance update. Proportions reporting increases in cost of living, reduced capacity to save and reduced capacity to meet emergency costs remain elevated. But upward drift in proportion using credit to cope is a big concern
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
We always suspected something underhand was happening. It’s why we launched a legal challenge over the formulas. Government denied it. Now here it is from the horse’s mouth. Beyond contempt. @GoodLawProject
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Jo can I ask is there any advice for people on prepayment meters. They are helpless. They will be on the highest tariff with usually the least income?
Replying to @kildave5
Yes, we are expecting to do something on prepayment meters. Watch this space.
 
If you're worried about energy price rises, we're going to be sending advice to your mailbox on how to fight back against the energy companies - and Ofgem's price cap rises.

Please sign our petition - and choose to receive updates.

glplive.org/fuel-poverty-tw
Ofgem must take action on fuel poverty
actions.goodlawproject.org
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
The BBC has confirmed an external investigation is being launched over its response over former BBC Radio 1 DJ Tim Westwood's conduct. bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/20…
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Over 5,700 people told us what they think about the increasing cost of living. This is what they said ⬇️
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Dear @sanditoksvig,

Thank you for your letter. I would love to sit down over a coffee to talk with you about it.
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Inquiry after 93-year-old man with one leg dies after being Tasered by police | “It is almost unconscionable to think of a highly vulnerable old man with dementia in a care home being subjected to such a use of force at the hands of the police.” theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/a…
 
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
I am so grateful to people who are being so incredibly supportive. I am also really conscious that many other women who aren't public aren't getting all of this love. The best way of supporting us is by supporting @GoodLawProject Without their intervention we'd still be in hell.
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
genuine curiosity: what convinced you not to publish their name?
Replying to @bijakeperalta
I've been doing this stuff with a tight coalition of women. Their preference was that I not publish because they feared it would be a distraction. And so I didn't...
 
Senior managers who facilitate a culture in which men are permitted to leverage their institutional or social privilege to enhance their sexual prospects also bear very real responsibility for the harm those men do to young women.
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
A lot of people have, quite independently of one another, pointed their finger at the same 'senior executive' at GNM. I've been talked out of publishing their name - but I think it should be in the public domain and if it comes up again, I will.
 
Senior managers who facilitate a culture in which men are permitted to leverage their institutional or social privilege to enhance their sexual prospects also bear very real responsibility for the harm those men do to young women.
Lucy Siegle - AKA “Woman 2” in the Nick Cohen investigation - tells her story in full for the first time
theneweuropean.co.uk/lucy-siegle-ni…
 
 
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