What has judicial review ever done for us?
Published on 16 Oct 2020
It helped thousands of students across the country to have “discriminatory” computer-calculated exam grades scrapped this summer. It enabled health workers on the Covid frontlines to challenge the government over personal protective equipment shortages. It helped Gurkha veterans, who have been part of the British Army for centuries, challenge a policy which denied them settlement in the UK. And it kept a dangerous serial rapist behind bars.
What is the mysterious “it” we’re referring to? Judicial review of course! Watch to find out more, and read this for EVEN more info: https://eachother.org.uk/what-has-judicial-review-ever-done-for-us
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