Aug 052014

Permission has now been granted and the second  ILF Court Case will go ahead.

The papers went to a judge today and he has granted both permission and expedition (which means speeding up the usual timetable for the court case). The hearing should be “as soon as possible”, which could mean anything at the moment, as the judges are on holiday and the court has a very bad backlog, but we would hope we will get a trial date for some time in September/October as planned.

On behalf of all ILF recipients we’d like to say a continuing thank you to those involved in taking the case. We know from experience just how gruelling and stressful taking legal challenges can be and we offer our solidarity with you all.




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  5 Responses to “ILF – Second Court Case to go ahead”

  1. Good luck to you all. I hope you achieve your aims.

  2. I have never meet such courageous, indomitably a group of people in my 73 years of existence. I salute you & all members of DPAC as the real & creative inspiration on humanity. I despise all political parties who decline to even listen to your concerns. I shall hopefully always be considered a friend. Try me!

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