Lewis Graham: On Ouster Clauses (Again) – UK Constitutional Law Association

Posted November 27th, 2023 in constitutional law, Crown Court, indictments, judicial review, news, sentencing by tracey

‘When we think of the most important ouster clauses in the law of judicial review, we might think of the relevant parts of the Foreign Compensation Order considered in Anisminic, or section 67(8) the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, crucial to the decision in Privacy International. We might consider section 2 of the Judicial Review and Courts Act, restricting Cart-type reviews. Or we might look to provisions in the recently-passed Illegal Immigration Act and forthcoming Victims and Prisoners Bill, which purport to shield the respective legislation from certain kinds of review under the Human Rights Act.’

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UK Constitutional Law Association, 23rd November 2023

Source: ukconstitutionallaw.org