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January 4, 2012 Off

Challenging government cuts: library closures

By Leon Glenister in Equality, Judicial Review

Government cuts have led to a flurry of judicial review actions: from challenging court closures, to challenging the restriction of eligibility criteria for care assistance, even to challenging the basis on which public sector pensions are calculated. Just before Christmas the much-publicised library closures issue hit the Court of Appeal in Bailey v Brent [2011] [...]