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What’s new in administrative justice, November 2017

Parliament The EU (Withdrawal) Bill has begun its Committee stage in the House of Commons. The government has given assurances that parliament will be given a vote on whether or not to accept the deal agreed upon. However, in the event that parliament does not approve the deal, the UK will exit the EU nonetheless. … Continue reading

Mandatory reconsideration: Inadequate by design

By Robert Thomas and Joe Tomlinson In September 2017, the Work and Pensions Committee launched an inquiry into how the assessment processes for Employment Support Allowance (ESA) and Personal Independence Payments (PIP) are handled by Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) contractors ATOS, Capita and Maximus, and how the application, assessment and appeals processes for … Continue reading

A right to justice? The Bach Commission Final Report

The Bach Commission on Access to Justice was founded at the end of 2015 to develop realistic but radical proposals with cross-party appeal for re-establishing the right to justice in England and Wales as a fundamental public entitlement, equivalent to entitlement to education or healthcare. This post gives brief overview of the Commission’s recently published final … Continue reading

UKAJI New Voices Workshop: Report

By Joe Tomlinson and Tim Sandars On 1 September 2017, the University of Sheffield hosted a workshop, supported by UKAJI, on work on administrative and social justice by early career researchers. Joe Tomlinson and Tim Sandars provide an overview of the workshop and the papers presented. The New Voices in Administrative Justice Workshop was organised … Continue reading

Research into Scotland’s new arrangements for public service complaint handling

By Tom Mullen, Chris Gill and Nial Vivian Tom Mullen, Chris Gill, and Nial Vivian have published a report of their research into Scotland’s new arrangements for public service complaint handling. The research was funded by the UK Administrative Justice Institute (UKAJI) and the Nuffield Foundation. The report is being formally launched today at a … Continue reading