A homeless man denied accommodation by his local authority has won a judicial review against the London Borough of Islington after it failed to follow due
While establishing that all psychiatric patients, regardless of status, are owed the same duty, the European Court of Human Rights has also minimised the m
Brexit is the opportunity to reshape the government and do away with the Ministry of Justice, writes Blai
Partners in legal aid firms are feeling the heat but, thanks to the government, can’t get out of the simmering pot, explains Stev
Implementing the new data protection regulation successfully must be a priority for the whole firm, not just the IT department, advises Ale
Sandwell shows that English local authorities must comply with the core requirements of the Localism Act 2011, explains Tiffan
Jeremy Phillips considers the latest developments in licensing law, including a government crackdown on illegal working, enforcement actions, and a preview
The recent case of TW Logistics v Essex County Council provides a useful source of information on the current problems, says Ale
Julian Boswall and Alex Minhinick consider the potential impact of the Conservative manifesto pledges on housing and infrastructure, and other significan
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