By Robert Thomas (University of Manchester) Are the DWP’s reasons for rejecting the PHSO’s recommendations adequate and cogent? Following Part I, we now consider whether or not the DWP has provided adequate cogent reasons for not accepting the PHSO’s recommendations. It is necessary to be cautious in this respect. The DWP has presented its considered … Continue reading
The last several years have been busy times for public lawyers. This will continue whoever becomes Prime Minister following Boris Johnson’s resignation. It is, therefore, critical that researchers have a strong understanding of how they can best engage with and influence politicians and policymakers, and that practitioners appreciate how litigation can best achieve practical change … Continue reading
New report: Poverty and social rights in Essex By Lyle Barker and Koldo Casla (University of Essex, Human Rights Centre) This blog is a re-post of a piece that initially appeared on the Essex Human Rights Centre blog, available here. The blog is reposted with permission and thanks. Our new report published today, documents the … Continue reading
UKAJI April 2022 round-up Here is UKAJI’s round-up of important administrative justice and administrative law related news for April 2022. If you have anything to add to this round-up or any future round-ups, please contact Lee Marsons. UKAJI makes use of Public Law Project’s UK Constitutional Reform Tracker to put together its round-ups and is … Continue reading
The Administrative Justice Council has published its April 2022 newsletter and it is available here. The AJC’s website is available here: https://ajc-justice.co.uk/ and the AJC can be followed on Twitter @ajc_justice.