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lgtmarsons has written 30 posts for UKAJI

The New Plan for Immigration – Selective Protection and the Home Office Proposals for Asylum Law Reform

The New Plan for Immigration – Selective Protection and the Home Office Proposals for Asylum Law Reform. Gemma Manning, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Huddersfield Introduction On 24 March 2021 the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, set out her New Plan for Immigration with the purported intentions of increasing fairness and efficiency in the system, … Continue reading

UKAJI March 2021 round up

Here’s is UKAJI’s round-up of important administrative justice news for March 2021. If you have anything to add to this round-up or any future round-ups, please contact Lee Marsons on lm17598@essex.ac.uk. Publications: TT Arvind, Richard Kirkham, Daithi Mac Sithigh and Lindsay Stirton (eds), Executive Decision-Making and the Courts (Bloomsbury 2021); Faith Gordon and Daniel Newman … Continue reading

Mandatory Orders and the enforcement of public law duties: R (Imam) v Croydon LBC

Mandatory Orders and the enforcement of public law duties: R (Imam) v Croydon LBC By Gabriel Tan In public law, the imposition of a duty on a public body means that the body must act in a particular way, or secure a particular outcome. Where these duties are not fulfilled, the most direct and effective … Continue reading

The Independent Review of Administrative Law report – findings, recommendations, and pleas

The Independent Review of Administrative Law report – findings, recommendations, and pleas By Lee Marsons (University of Essex) A shorter version of this blog appeared on the Admin Law Blog on 24 March 2021, available here. On 18 March 2021, the day we had all been waiting for finally arrived. The Lord Chancellor, Robert Buckland … Continue reading

Debating judicial power after the Independent Review of Administrative Law

Debating judicial power after the Independent Review of Administrative Law By Gabriel Tan On 18th March, the Cambridge Union hosted their Final Debate of Lent 2021 on the motion: ‘This House Believes Judges Make Better Law Than Politicians’, with two former Supreme Court Justices, Lord Sumption and Lord Neuberger, speaking on opposite sides of the … Continue reading