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Rewriting history or righting a wrong? Court of Appeal orders removal of content from a judgment

The Court of Appeal in Re W (A Child) [2016] EWCA Civ 1140 has granted a highly unusual remedy, ordering that passages be excised from a...

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JRs and new decisions - amend or reissue?

Very commonly in community care cases, a challenge is issued against one decision only for the authority to make a fresh decision which...

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Right to rent - it's becoming offensive...

Life is about to get even harder for persons without leave to remain in the UK.  With effect from 1 December, sections 39 and 40 the...

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Are CCGs acting unlawfully in spending paltry sums on children's mental health care?

Today's Guardianreports that, Professor Sir Simon Wessely, President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, has raised serious concerns...

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Section 17 assessments and procedural fairness

Since R (MN) v Hackney [2013] EWHC 1205 the drawing of adverse inferences from non-disclosure of information has been a frequent refrain...

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Accommodation only needs - Appeal finally launched

On 15th November 2016 the court of appeal gave permission to appeal in a Care Act case:  SG v Haringey LBC [2015] EWHC 2579.  Some...

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'Brand Branson' extends its reach with £700m contract to deliver NHS and social care services

Sir Richard Branson once said:

"Opportunities are like buses - there's always another one coming!"

Last week saw a £700 million opportunity...

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Today is an important day for children's rights - don't let Trump and Toblerones distract you

Writing in today's Guardian, Martha Spurrier reminds us that, "when huge stories are breaking like tidal waves elsewhere, it’s always...

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The Daily Mail's latest insult: a Supreme Court Justice who is "a feminist" and was instrumental in the crafting of the Children Act 1989

It has been three days since the Divisional Court handed down its ruling in R (Miller and Dos Santos) v. Secretary of State for Exiting...

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