Deliveroo riders lose high court battle to gain union recognition – The Guardian

Posted December 6th, 2018 in human rights, judicial review, news, self-employment, trade unions by sally

‘Deliveroo riders have lost a high court battle to gain union recognition, in a blow to gig economy campaigners.’

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The Guardian, 5th December 2018

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Poppi Worthington: Abuse accused father says coroner ‘overstepped mark’ – BBC News

Posted December 4th, 2018 in child abuse, coroners, inquests, judicial review, news, sexual offences by tracey

‘A coroner who concluded a father had sexually assaulted his daughter shortly before her death “overstepped the mark”, the man’s lawyer has claimed.’

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BBC News, 3rd December 2018

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Former council leader renews bid for judicial review of finding on sexual harassment – Local Government Lawyer

‘A former leader of Devon County Council has been refused permission to judicially review its decision to sanction him for sexual harassment.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 29th November 2018

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Home Office to be challenged in High Court over ‘shameless’ fee for UK-born children to become British citizens – The Independent

Posted November 28th, 2018 in children, citizenship, fees, judicial review, news by tracey

‘Government fees of more than £1,000 for UK-born children to register as British citizens are to be challenged in the High Court, after campaigners won permission to apply for judicial review.’

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The Independent, 28th November 2018

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Court of Appeal clears way for Mastercard hearing – Litigation Futures

Posted November 15th, 2018 in appeals, banking, class actions, EC law, fees, judicial review, jurisdiction, news by tracey

‘The Court of Appeal has ruled that it has jurisdiction to hear an appeal against the decision that stopped the massive £14bn Mastercard class action – the biggest opt-out claim in English legal history.’

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Litigation Futures, 15th November 2018

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Orkambi: Family of girl with cystic fibrosis launch legal challenge over lack of NHS funding for breakthrough drug – The Independent

‘The family of a six-year-old girl with cystic fibrosis who was denied funding for a breakthrough drug which could extend her life has launched a judicial review against the NHS.’

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The Independent, 14th November 2018

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Carl Sargeant’s widow wins high court bid to challenge inquiry into his sacking – The Guardian

‘The widow of a former Welsh government minister, who was found dead while he was facing sexual misconduct allegations, has won a high court bid to challenge the legality of an inquiry into his sacking.’

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The Guardian, 13th November 2018

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Former UBS trader Kweku Adoboli could be deported to Ghana – The Guardian

Posted November 13th, 2018 in appeals, banking, deportation, fraud, immigration, judicial review, news, sentencing by sally

‘The convicted former UBS trader Kweku Adoboli has been arrested and could be deported to Ghana in the next few days, he has said.’

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The Guardian, 12th November 2018

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Supreme Court to hear key case on village greens and public authority land – Local Government Lawyer

Posted November 5th, 2018 in appeals, commons, judicial review, local government, news, Supreme Court by sally

‘The Supreme Court has agreed to hear conjoined cases over village greens, public authority-owned land and the concept of ‘statutory incompatibility’, it has been reported.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 5th November 2018

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Landlords threaten council with legal action over selective licensing plans- Local Government Lawyer

Posted November 5th, 2018 in judicial review, landlord & tenant, licensing, local government, news by sally

‘The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has threatened Great Yarmouth Borough Council with a judicial review challenge over the local authority’s selective licensing plans.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 5th November 2018

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City council faces judicial review challenge over day centre closure – Local Government Lawyer

‘Campaigners have launched a judicial review challenge over a decision by Birmingham City Council to close a day centre used by people with a range of physical and learning disabilities.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 1st November 2018

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Families go to high court to oppose Hackney’s SEN cuts – The Guardian

Posted November 2nd, 2018 in families, judicial review, local government, news, special educational needs by sally

‘A group of families have gone to the high court in London to try to overturn local authority cuts to special educational needs (SEN) spending, claiming their children are already failing to get the support they require.’

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The Guardian, 31st October 2018

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Welsh policy on FE provision for young people with learning difficulties “lawful” – Local Government Lawyer

‘Welsh ministers and the quango Careers Wales did not act unreasonably when they decided not to reassess the educational and training needs of a young man with a learning disability, a High Court judge has ruled.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 25th October 2018

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Police Federation launches legal action against government for ‘cheating officers out of pay rise they deserve’ – The Independent

‘An association representing 120,000 police officers has launched legal action accusing the government of “cheating officers out of the pay increase they should receive”. The Police Federation said it had lodged an application for a judicial review of the decision to ignore an independent body’s recommended 3 per cent increase amid a rise in crime, demand and the terror threat.’

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The Independent, 23rd October 2018

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Judge rejects challenge to decision by council to sell cattle market site – Local Government Lawyer

Posted October 22nd, 2018 in judicial review, local government, news, sale of land by sally

‘A judge has refused to grant a campaign group permission to bring a judicial review challenge over a district council’s decision to sell a cattle market to a supermarket chain.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 19th October 2018

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Transport for London appeals High Court ruling on cycle superhighway – Local Government Lawyer

‘Transport for London has applied for permission to appeal a High Court ruling that its decision to go ahead with the installation of a cycle super highway (CS11) at Swiss Cottage had been taken while omitting a relevant consideration.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 19th October 2018

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Row over holiday park sees permission granted for second judicial review – Local Government Lawyer

Posted October 17th, 2018 in environmental protection, judicial review, local government, news, planning by sally

‘Folkestone & Hythe District Council faces its second judicial review in a year over a dispute concerning a proposed holiday park.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 15th October 2018

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Council wins Court of Appeal battle over stadium and state aid – Local Government Lawyer

‘Coventry City Council has won a Court of Appeal case in the latest round of a four-year long litigation saga over the city’s sports stadium the Ricoh Arena.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 15th October 2018

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Convicted former UBS trader to be freed from UK immigration centre – The Guardian

‘The convicted former UBS trader Kweku Adoboli is to be released from detention at an immigration removal centre near Heathrow while he awaits a judicial review of his deportation.’

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The Guardian, 9th October 2018

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Borough defeats High Court challenge to refusal to register land as village green – Local Government Lawyer

‘Wokingham Borough Council has successfully defended a High Court challenge to its decision to refuse to register land as a new town or village green.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 5th October 2018

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