“The decisions in Keyu and Youssef raise further questions about the application of Wednesbury unreasonableness as a standard for judicial review“, writes 7BR’s Saara Idelbi. Published in yesterday’s Solicitor’s Journal, she continues:
“The reaction to the findings of the Litvinenko inquiry in January 2016 goes some way to demonstrate the iconic significance of public inquiries. This quarter the field not only yielded cross-jurisdictional political controversy but further legal discourse on the understanding of Wednesbury review.”
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