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What’s new in administrative justice, July 2016

Parliament The House of Commons has debated the issue of courts and tribunals fees. The debate followed publication by the Justice Committee of a report looking at the impact of recent changes. The Committee concluded that it is not objectionable in principle for users of the courts to pay a contribution towards operating costs, but … Continue reading

What’s new in administrative justice, February 2016

Parliament The Government have published a new Policing and Crime Bill. The Bill would make changes in relation to police complaints procedures and collaboration between the emergency services, among many other things. The EU Justice Sub-Committee has heard evidence from Justice Secretary Michael Gove and leading academics in relation to its inquiry on the impact … Continue reading

What’s new in administrative justice, January 2016

Parliament The Immigration Bill had its Second Reading debate in the House of Lords on 22 December 2015. Committee stage will begin on 18 January. The House of Commons held a debate on the care and management of transgender prisoners on 15 December 2015. The Education Committee has published the latest oral evidence in relation … Continue reading

What’s new in administrative justice, October 2015

Parliament The Immigration Bill is due to have its second reading in the Commons on 13 October. Among other things, the Bill would extend changes to appeal rights introduced by the Immigration Act 2014, in order to enable the Home Secretary to remove from the UK migrants who are appealing against a refusal of a … Continue reading

What research is being done in administrative justice? Announcing UKAJI’s upcoming Current Research Register

In the coming week, we will be publishing our current research register, listing a number of research projects on administrative justice that are currently in progress. Alongside the register, we’ll be publishing several research profiles of specific projects. One of UKAJI’s key aims is to develop a researcher network, giving researchers the opportunity to engage … Continue reading