Mr Cathál MacPartholán considers the effect of judicial review reforms on public policy precedent
Alec Samuels argues that efforts to reform judicial review are lacklustre and have fallen short.
The proposed bill introduces two major changes to the current law
Martin Edwards reflects on the government’s motives behind proposed changes to judicial review law
Philip Henson discusses democracy with Lord Puttnam, who chaired the Select Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies, following release of its unani
The MoJ is consulting on proposals to strike a balance between citizens’ rights and effective governance
Cycling UK has applied for judicial review against the decision to remove a cycle lane opened during covid-19. Its solicitors, Leigh Day, said the decision
A family living in a crowded one-bedroom flat, as that was all they could afford, won a landmark Court of Appeal ruling that could result in families
An independent review of the Human Rights Act was announced today but Amnesty International warned of a ‘giant leap backwards’
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