General election 2015

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Changes in Parliamentary Select Committees

A full report on the changes in Parliamentary Select Committees has been published on the website of the Institute for Government. In ‘Select committees in the 2015 parliament: some change, some continuity’, Hannah White, Westminster Fellow at the Institute for Government, examines the committees newly established – for Women and Equalities and for Petitions – … Continue reading

What’s new in administrative justice, May 2015

Cases The High Court has granted permission to judicially review a scheme set up by the Financial Conduct Authority to compensate small firms who were mis-sold interest rate swaps, which were billed to protect businesses against interest rate rises. Permission was granted to a nursing home operator to bring a case against KPMG, as the … Continue reading

General Election 2015: focus on administrative justice

In this blog post, UKAJI’s Margaret Doyle, Andrew Le Sueur and Joanna Dawson take an A-to-Z look at the party manifestos and what they say about administrative justice. Coverage of the General Election 2015 has been saturated with the big-ticket issues of taxation and spending, deficit reduction, the fairness of austerity and rival ideas about … Continue reading