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New Research Report: Public Administration and Justice in Wales – Social Housing and Homelessness

New Research Report: Public Administration and Justice in Wales – Social Housing and Homelessness Dr Sarah Nason and Ann Sherlock (Bangor University), Dr Helen Taylor (Cardiff Metropolitan University), Dr Huw Pritchard (Cardiff University Wales Governance Centre)     Although ‘justice’ (understood as courts, police, prisons, probation etc) is not devolved to Wales, significant aspects of … Continue reading

Administrative Justice Council Webinar on the impact of COVID-19 on administrative justice (29 April 2020)

Administrative Justice Council Webinar on the impact of COVID-19 on administrative justice (29 April 2020)   On Wednesday 29th April, the Administrative Justice Council (AJC) hosted a webinar on the impact of COVID-19 on the administrative justice system. The webinar was chaired by Naomi Creutzfeldt of Westminster University, who co-chairs the AJC’s Academic Panel. Speakers gave … Continue reading

A Manifesto for Ombudsman Reform

A Manifesto for Ombudsman Reform     Richard Kirkham (University of Sheffield) and Chris Gill (University of Glasgow)   As we write this post, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by events set in train by the Coronavirus epidemic. UKAJI has helpfully detailed the scale of administrative justice matters that need urgent attention. In that … Continue reading

Simplifying the Immigration Rules: the government response makes the solution sound so simple

Simplifying the Immigration Rules: the government response makes the solution sound so simple By Jonathan Collinson (University of Huddersfield)   The government has released its response to the Law Commission’s report on simplifying the Immigration Rules. Gemma Manning and I commented on this report for this blog.   Summary of the Government’s Response The Law … Continue reading

The Law Commission Report on Simplification of the Immigration Rules: Proposals to reformat the Immigration Rules fail to tackle the hard issues

The Law Commission Report on Simplification of the Immigration Rules: Proposals to reformat the Immigration Rules fail to tackle the hard issues   Introduction The Immigration Rules define the day-to-day administration of the UK’s regime of visas to enter and remain in the UK. The current Immigration Rules, which have increased in length from 300 … Continue reading