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Supreme Court rules double recovery breaches Human Rights

United Kingdom - January 29 2016 The judgment of the Supreme Court in R v Harvey (Jack Frederick) [2015] UKSC 73, finding that when assessing the amount of benefit obtained as a…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


Court of Appeal warns against "ex post facto justification" in judicial review proceedings

United Kingdom - January 27 2016 In Andrew Jedwell v (1) Denbighshire County Council (2) DH (3) Jones [2015] EWCA Civ 1232 the Court of Appeal found that the Council had breached its…

Co-authors: Catherine Howard, Jasveer Randhawa, Matthew White, Andrew Lidbetter.


High Court highlights need for consistency from public bodies

United Kingdom - December 18 2015 In R (on the application of McMorn) v Natural England[2015] EWHC 3297 (Admin) the High Court quashed the Defendant Licensing Authority's decision to…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


Government's decision not to hold an inquiry survives Supreme Court challenge

United Kingdom - December 16 2015 In Keyu v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs [2015] UKSC 69 the Supreme Court held (by majority) that the government's decision…

Co-authors: Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter.


Planning Court considers adequacy of reasons in judicial review

United Kingdom - November 27 2015 In (1) Villages Action Group (2) Michael Turner v (1) Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2) Arun District Council [2015] EWHC…

Co-authors: Catherine Howard, Jasveer Randhawa, Matthew White, Andrew Lidbetter.

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