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And Now, Live from the Public-Private Divide…R (Liberal Democrats and Scottish National Party) v ITV Broadcasting Ltd [2019] EWHC 3282 (Admin)

Britain is currently in the throes of a general election in which, an unkind Transatlantic observer might say, the question for many voters is ‘who is the evil of two lessers?’ It is quite likely, indeed almost certain, that Boris Johnson or Jeremy Corbyn will be occupying 10 Downing Street come January 1, 2020, notwithstanding […] Read more

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Some Thoughts on Doyle & O’Brien, Reimagining Administrative Justice: Human Rights in Small Places

In Reimagining Administrative Justice: Human Rights in Small Places (Palgrave MacMillan, 2019) Margaret Doyle and Nick O’Brien have made a wonderful contribution to the public law literature. By turns playful, polemical and provocative, the authors set out to challenge much of the received contemporary wisdom about administrative justice. Their motive is to fight back against […] Read more

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