Judicial Review and Courts Bill

On 21 July 2021the Judicial Review and Courts Bill was introduced to the House of Commons and given its first reading.

The Bill would enable the making of quashing orders; make provision restricting judicial review of certain decisions of the Upper Tribunal; make provision about the use of written and electronic procedures in courts and tribunals; and make other provision about procedure in, and the organisation of, courts and tribunals.

For the Bill, as introduced, click here. For the text of a speech about judicial review given by the Lord Chancellor at Policy Exchange, click here.

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