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Wednesbury reasonableness

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Analysis: How wide is a public authority’s discretion when interpreting non-policy documents?

Following a one-day hearing, Mr Justice Jay handed down an ex tempore judgment on 2 December 2014 in R (on the application of Morris) v Health Services Commissioner, finding in favour of the Defendant, more commonly known as the Parliamentary and Health Services Ombudsman (the “Ombudsman”). The case concerned the relatively narrow legal issue as to the … Continue reading