Why employers shouldn’t expect any new immigration options from a Canada-style trade deal.
The Government has consulted on a number of possible changes to the judicial review process. The justification given for the need to reform is that the Government “is concerned that the judicial review process may in some cases be subject to abuses…These proceedings create delays and add to the costs of public services, in some cases stifling innovation and frustrating much needed reforms, including those aimed at stimulating growth and promoting economic recovery”.
The changes proposed in the consultation are in three areas: altering the time limits within which some types of judicial review cases must be brought; changing the procedure for applying for permission to bring judicial review proceedings in some cases; and, changing some of the fees charged in judicial review proceedings.
We have responded to the Government’s consultation. In summary, our views are:
Please click here for Kingsley Napley's full consultation response.
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