Tag: jurisdictional error

Discarding the fig-leaf of analytical reasoning? The Hutton case and the law/fact distinction

One of the first posts I wrote on this blog concerned the Supreme Court’s decision in Jones  v First-tier Tribunal [2013] UKSC 19. At the heart of the case was the distinction between questions of […]

Prince Charles, freedom of information, judicial review and the separation of powers: R (Evans) v Attorney-General

The Administrative Court gave judgment earlier today in R (Evans) v Attorney-General [2013] EWHC 1960 (Admin). The case concerns a challenge to the legality of the Attorney-General’s decision to use s 53 of the Freedom […]

Jurisdictional error and the law/fact distinction: Jones (by Caldwell) v First-tier Tribunal [2013] UKSC 19

Earlier today, the Supreme Court gave judgment in Jones (by Caldwell) v First-tier Tribunal [2013] UKSC 19. It contains an interesting discussion of the distinction between errors of fact and of law, and, I think, […]