PGMBM supports Black history in schools through CSR programme

Black Arts Matter work

PGMBM is the proud sponsor of a ground-breaking initiative to educate schools on Black history, which was made possible through our Corporate Social Responsibility programme.  Understanding the importance of Black history education, we helped to fund the initiative to help embolden teachers to educate pupils using the medium of arts, crafts, and music.   Carnival Arts Programme   Last month, a school in South […]

PGMBM call on Sky Vegas to be transparent about gambling site data breach

Sky bet

Data breach specialists PGMBM are supporting customers of Sky Betting & Gaming after the gambling giant admitted to exposing recovering and vulnerable addicts to “free spin” offers. It is thought that up to 120,000 people – who had explicitly asked Sky Bet and their sister company Sky Vegas not to send them betting correspondence – […]

Government Facing Legal Action Over ‘Unlawful’ Hotel Quarantine Policy

Hotel quarantine

A second judicial review is being sought by PGMBM for the Government’s controversial hotel quarantine policy. The Government could end up paying tens of millions of pounds in compensation if they do not change their approach. In July 2021, in the first phase of the judicial review, PGMBM forced the Government into a U-turn on […]

Government Confirms It Will Change Its Hotel Quarantine Policy

Last week, PGMBM received confirmation from the Government that we had been successful in forcing a U-turn over the costs vulnerable people were incurring as part of the hotel quarantine policy. While the details of how this will work have not yet been laid out, we are reassured that the Government have listened to reason on this. “It’s […]

PGMBM Help Settle British Airways Data Breach Claim On Confidential Terms

As the court-appointed lead solicitors, PGMBM is pleased to announce that litigation with British Airways has been resolved on confidential terms.   The UK mediation between legal representatives for claimants and British Airways Plc was resolved on confidential terms.  Harris Pogust, PGMBM Chairman, said: “We are very pleased to have come to a resolution on this matter after constructive mediation with British Airways. […]

Parents Concerned But Clueless About Fatal Air Pollution Risks, Survey Finds

More than 94% of parents underestimate the fatal impact of air pollution in the UK, new research has revealed.[1] While three-quarters of parents (73%) said they were concerned about the effect of air pollution on their children’s health, the study showed that 60% don’t know if they live in a high or low pollution area […]

PGMBM Launches MyDieselClaim.Com To Support Those Impacted By Dieselgate

My Diesel Claim

In response to the growing number of manufacturers under investigation for diesel emissions fraud, PGMBM has launched a new campaign to support more diesel vehicle drivers than ever before: My Diesel Claim. MyDieselClaim.com will offer all diesel car and van owners the opportunity to claim up to £10,000 for their vehicle manufacturer’s part in the Dieselgate scandal.    Who can claim? Marques included in the […]

PGMBM Launch Challenge To Government’s Hotel Quarantine Policy

quarantine

In response to the news that the Government would be enforcing a mandatory hotel quarantine policy, PGMBM is preparing to launch a legal challenge to stand up for the human rights of those entering the UK.   We believe that the hotel quarantine policy is unlawful in a number of different respects and should therefore be subject to judicial review.  Tom Goodhead, Barrister and Managing Partner of […]