General Election Manifestos on access to justice Conservative The Conservatives would push forward on plan to tackle hate crime committed on the grounds of religion, disability, sexual orientation or trans-gender identity. Labour The Labour Party would enhance the 2010 Equality Act enabling discrimination at work to be challenged. Labour would ensure that under the Istanbul Convention, disability hate crime and violence against disabled women is reported annually with national action plans to address these. Liberal Democrats The Lib Dems will undertake an urgent review of the Legal aid, sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act, on access to justice, particular funding for social welfare appeals. The increases in court and tribunal fees would be reversed The Judicial review system would be protected from further attack. If you'd like to find out more about the parties manifestos, click the links below: Conservative 2017 Manifesto Labour 2017 Manifesto Liberal Democrats 2017 Manifesto Every vote will make a difference, so to bring about the future you want, you’ll really need to play your part and vote on 8th June 2017!