Permission to Appeal decision of the High Court

by Joanne Welch, Campaign Director in Hertford, England, United Kingdom

We did it
On 1st November 2019 we successfully raised £81,420 with 5057 supporters in 21 days

The aim of the project is to secure back the earned dues belonging to 3.8m women born in the 1950s.

by Joanne Welch, Campaign Director in Hertford, England, United Kingdom

New stretch target

To pay platform fees and sustain the backto60.com campaign.


Our journey enabled us to mount a legal challenge at the Royal Courts of Justice where at the Substantive Hearing stage, the govt's arguments were Dismissed.

The Judicial Review was Dismissed, however, the Justices provided an opportunity within the Judgment to take our case on behalf of 3.8m women born in the 1950s to the Supreme Court.

Our track record is exemplary:  each time we have raised funds, we have delivered everything we promised and more.  For example, our Advert where we projected images onto the Houses of Parliament, Treasury, Department of Work & Pensions  and Portcullis House.

Our World Class Legal Team, Experts' Team and DigiTeams are fired-up to finish the job:  with your ongoing support, we can do it.

Unison, Unite, National Association of Women's Organisations, European Women's Alliance of Lawyers, Fawcett Society, Amnesty International, Just Fair and many more organisations are 100% behind us.

Our Early Day Motion 2296 is supported by 225 MPs:  within it, there is a Temporary Special Measure which will facilitate Full Restitution.  No Crumbs!

Our Mission is almost complete:  with your support, the WIN will be secured.

Please donate whatever you can afford.

Most grateful

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