The work continues: strategy and planning achieved and what happens next.

The recent result in the US (see previous post) lends considerable support for the defendants in the High Court in this jurisdiction to consider the evidence and properly assess the risks relating to the increasing levels of RFR, most recently 5G.

As you will have seen from our earlier case update, our request for a judicial review was recently refused. The legal team has responded by seeking a full court hearing and you can read more about that in the previous update.

We very much appreciate your generous donations and understand that you should know how your donations are being spent. We hope you will find the information below useful.

Your funds are contributing towards these expenses:

Legal fees


Junior barristers 


Legal assistant 

Legal researcher 

  • Pre-action protocol letters;
  • freedom of information correspondence;
  • preparation of letters to and correspondence with government bodies;
  • research on ICNIRP; research on Ofcom;
  • compilation of evidence, flowcharts, spreadsheets;
  • compilation and scrutiny of scientific papers;
  • commissioning of scientific reports;
  • personal visits to complainants;
  • discussions with international lawyers; meetings with clients;
  • strategy meetings, advice and drafting;
  • liaison with electrosensitive individuals
  • preparation of witness statements;
  • preparation of grounds;

In preparation for our case our legal team have commissioned and garnered the following:

  • Medical evidence;
  • Forensic investigations and reports from three forensic expert groups;
  • Scientific and other expert reports:
  • Detailed reports from RF experts
  • Forensic work: RF readings in urban areas by forensics teams
  • Medical consultations and reports

Additional outgoings:

Court fees

Crowd Justice fees and payment processing charges

VAT at 20%

Why we need more funds

We continue to need to raise funds in order to build on the work we have already done. We have applied for a court hearing since permission for a judicial review was not granted on the papers by the judge we were allocated. We do not consider that our arguments have been addressed by the reasons officered and an oral hearing gives our lawyers the opportunity to present the evidence and arguments to a different judge. 

In order to do this we need to continue to raise considerable funds to help us meet the costs of the legal work in preparation for the hearing and attendance at the High Court. We hope you will be able to continue to support us by donating and sharing information about this campaign widely.