The news is…there is no news.
We’d love to be able to tell you there is, and that as a result of it, we can get back to business with our Complaints of Maladministration process. However, the judgement has not yet been handed down by the High Court and, at the time of writing, we have no guidance as to when this might be.
As we’ve said previously, when the judgement is known, other than sharing the actual decision, it will take some time to assimilate what it means. We will need to speak to our lawyers in order to determine what happens next.
We know that the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) has advised that they will take time to consider the judgement. We also know that the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) will be doing the same.
We will update our guidance on what to do with your complaint as and when further information is available to us. Meanwhile, we share your frustration but we can still remind our MPs of the injustice for WASPI women, what our ask is, and make sure they know we are not going away.