Gordon review

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What’s new in administrative justice, April 2015

Parliament The Public Accounts Select Committee has published a report on Inspection in Home Affairs and Justice. The Report warns that current arrangements for appointing Chief Inspectors and for setting their budgets potentially pose a significant threat to their independence. Another PASC Report, Investigating clinical incidents in the NHS, has recommended urgent and fundamental reform … Continue reading

Analysis: Not there yet, but some ombudsman reform buses have come into sight

By Richard Kirkham, University of Sheffield, and Brian Thompson, University of Liverpool Talk of reform and renewal of the public service ombudsman sector has a long history (eg see our work), but across the UK it would seem that we have at last reached a significant tipping point from which the British version could mature into … Continue reading