Earlier this year we reported on the case of Article 39 v Secretary of State for Education, a challenge brought by the Children’s rights charity Article 39 to the Adoption…Read more
Boris Johnson’s Ten-Point net-zero plan for climate change emerged this week and promptly got a bad press from all quarters. Maybe it’s unfair, and tough on someone who has just…Read more
Three weeks ago in the Week in Parliament, we discussed the debate around the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) (Amendment) (No.2) Order 2020 (and a variety of…Read more
The Charter for Social Housing Residents: Strengthening consultation commitments or re-treading old ground?
The Grenfell Tower disaster has had significant impacts across society. It has lead to widespread debate on reforming various aspects across safety, building regulations and what approach the Government should…Read more
Healthwatch England is the independent national champion for people who use health and social care services. It supports local Healthwatch to find out what people like about services, what could…Read more
One fairly common accusation levelled at consultors in the media and in court is that of pre-determination. “The decision was already made!” campaigners will cry. We saw an example of…Read more