Judicial review means a claim to review a “decision, action or failure to act... in the exercise of a public function”.

The Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) added to the judicial review jurisdiction of the courts, as it gave them more scope to review, because it imposed obligations on “public authorities”.

As the HRA imposes direct obligations on public authorities i.e. “a person whose functions ar... more

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