Eba v Advocate General for Scotland  UKSC 29;  WLR (D) 204
“The approach to judicial review of unappealable decisions of the Upper Tribunal in Scotland should be to align itself with what had been decided by the Supreme Court to be the approach to be taken in England and Wales. Accordingly, as in England and Wales, the same criteria which had to be satisfied when making a second-tier appeal to the Court of Appeal applied when deciding whether a refusal of permission by the Upper Tribunal to appeal to itself was open to judicial review in Scotland.”
WLR Daily, 22nd June 2011
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