Poor not singled out by rise in university fees, rules court – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted February 23rd, 2012 in fees, human rights, judicial review, news, universities by sally

“This judgment, the latest in an expanding list of decisions on challenges to the Coalition government’s spending cuts, is an interesting example of judicial restraint and deference to the government on issues of macro-policy, at a time when the extent of judicial intervention into political decision-making is the subject of much debate in the legal profession and academia, thanks to Lord Sumption’s FA Mann Lecture on the subject late last year and its recent rebuttal by Sir Stephen Sedley.”

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UK Human Rights Blog, 22nd February 2012

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