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When Do You Have Standing To Review A Decision Judicially?

By Amy Rees - Law Student @ Churchill College, Cambridge


What can you do if you think the government, or any kind of decision-making body, has made a decision that is wrong, unfair, or unreasonable? Judicial review is one of the most important functions of the Courts and as such, has been under attack by the government. It is a safeguarding mechanism to ensure that everyone is treated equally, fairly and without bias. It is a difficult process to go through – so, who is eligible to bring a case?