Administrative Justice : Central Issues in UK and European by Longley & James, Diane Longley, Rhonda James

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By Longley & James, Diane Longley, Rhonda James

This ebook appears to be like at administrative legislations from a socio-legal point of view opposed to a heritage of constitutional rules. It scrutinises the present associations within the mild of constitutional beliefs and highlights the discrepancies among underlying goals and truth. It considers, within the large feel, how criminal ideas are utilized in the advance and implementation of presidency coverage and to what quantity this permits for the enhancement of democratic participation and legitimacy of choice making.

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However, in practice, the realities of the exercise of choice may differ from the promises made at the inception of the reforms. 13 Undoubtedly, the advantages of some market mimicking and competitive practices have perhaps been overlooked for far too long in the field of government and public services, which were often ineffective and unresponsive to those who had need of them. But the question is whether the initiatives that have been put in place have addressed fully the extent of the nature of choice within the public arena and the relationship between choice and the broader undertakings of social or public policy in the light of administrative justice.

This is an interesting and attractive proposal, in that it seems to offer a remedy for the existing deficiencies of substantive review. Importantly, it makes clear that there is a legitimate role for the courts in requiring decision makers to justify the priorities which they have set. 33 This, of course, begs the question as to what is a sufficient justification in any one case. Laws suggested that the modification of Wednesbury will continue, but that the incremental approach of the common law ‘presents the best and only opportunity’ to envelop the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights.

The result was that public law remained underdeveloped and largely unsystematic, failing to have any real dynamic role in the system that was handed down from the 17th century settlement. As the activities of the State, the extent of administrative discretion, and the potential for conflict expanded rapidly through to present times, we are left with a form of judicial review unsuited to the proper supervision of modern developments. There remain vitally important gaps in the extent to which government activity is subjected to judicial monitoring, particularly in relation to policy making and expenditure.

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