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High Court re-iterates test for bias in judicial review

United Kingdom - August 24 2016 In R (on the application of Southwark LBC) v London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority the claimant council ("Southwark") challenged the decision…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


The dangers of judicial review timing rules

United Kingdom - July 25 2016 In R (Dawatul Islam UK & EIRE) v OFSTED (13 July 2016, unreported) the High Court refused permission for a judicial review to proceed to a…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


The dangers of judicial review timing rules

United Kingdom - July 25 2016 In R (Dawatul Islam UK & EIRE) v OFSTED (13 July 2016, unreported) the High Court refused permission for a judicial review to proceed to a…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


Policy guidance given by HMRC may give rise to a general legitimate expectation

United Kingdom - July 18 2016 In R (Biffa Waste Services Limited) v the Commissioners for HMRC [2016] EWHC 1444 (Admin), the claimant company ("Biffa") challenged HMRC's…

Co-authors: Heather Gething, Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


Brexit - Triggering Article 50: What role for Parliament?

European Union, United Kingdom - July 1 2016 The success of the leave vote in the Brexit referendum on 23 June 2016 raises novel political and legal questions which neither side of the…

Co-authors: Dorothy Livingston, Gavin Williams.

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