Category: Public Sector & Human Rights
09
Jul
20
Introduction A few weeks ago, I wrote about the principles involved in

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29
Jun
20
Last week saw the case of R (Bridges) v Chief Constable of South Wales Police return before the Court of Appeal. The case concerns police use of automated facial recognition (AFR) software ...

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11
Jun
20
In the case of R (Hans Husson) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2020] EWCA Civ 329 the Court of Appeal was tasked with deciding two questions of some significance. The first of ...

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22
May
20
One of the key issues now facing the country revolves around when and if schools should reopen. At times the debate has appeared to pit Central Government against Local Authorities, teachers against ...

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18
May
20
As we face more time under the shadow of Covid-19, now in this ‘new normal’, many of us are using technology more ...

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15
May
20
On 30 April, entrepreneur Simon Dolan sent a Pre-action Protocol letter to Matthew Hancock notifying the Government of a pending judicial review challenging the legality of its Coronavirus response.

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28
Apr
20
For my previous analysis of the Court of Appeal’s decision, please see

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24
Apr
20
  In Mohamud v Morrisons Supermarkets (2016) AC 677, Lord Dyson MR observed that: “To search for certainty and precision in ...

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15
Apr
20
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new Free Legal Advice Helpline for legal professionals. We recognise that many of our clients are facing unprecedented challenges dealing with ...

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17
Dec
19
In this end of year article, Andrew Warnock QC asks the question many involved with the public sector have been asking since Poole v GN - when does an Assumption of Responsibility arise? ...

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