Throughout an in-depth article for the Law Society Gazette’s 2 July issue, Melanie and Claire touch on the factual background to this judgment, the decision itself and the broader implications which arise from this ruling.
The judgment held that these are not standalone principles of administrative law but aspects of rationality. As explained by the authors this means that cases should be “uniformly treated unless there is a valid reason to treat them differently”.
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