In Inclusion Housing Community Interest Company v Regulator of Social Housing  EWHC 346 the Court considered whether the Regulator had been entitled to conclude that the Inclusion Housing … [Read more...] about The Court considers the legality of a specialist regulator’s judgement of non-compliance
In R (On the Application Of Drexler) v Leicestershire County Council  EWCA Civ 502 the Appellant sought to challenge changes to the Respondent's Mainstream Home to School Transport Policy and … [Read more...] about The ‘manifestly without reasonable foundation’ proportionality test applies outside the context of welfare benefits – but may make little difference
In R v Adams  UKSC 19 the Supreme Court considered the legality of an order made under the Northern Ireland regime of detention without trial which was in place between 1922 and 1971 (known as … [Read more...] about The Supreme Court considers the Carltona Principle does not apply where the clear wording of the statute implies otherwise
On Friday 31 July 2020, the Ministry of Justice launched an independent review into administrative law in order to determine whether there is a need for judicial review reform. This follows the … [Read more...] about Independent panel to examine the need for Judicial Review reform
The Law Commission and Scottish Law Commission have published their analysis of the second consultation on autonomous vehicles for the UK's Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles … [Read more...] about The Law Commission’s second consultation on autonomous vehicles
For those interested in some lockdown listening on Artificial Intelligence (AI), we recommend an interview with Stuart Russell broadcast on the UK's BBC Radio Four. Russell explains the critical … [Read more...] about Could standards for Artificial General Intelligence save humanity?