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Former Nuclear Decommissioning Authority executives fail in judicial review challenging the conduct of the Magnox Inquiry (R (on the application of Clarke and others) v Holliday (Chairman of the Magnox Inquiry))

Former Nuclear Decommissioning Authority executives fail in judicial review challenging the conduct of the Magnox Inquiry (R (on the application of Clarke and others) v Holliday (Chairman of the Magnox Inquiry))
Published on: 07 January 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Former Nuclear Decommissioning Authority executives fail in judicial review challenging the conduct of the Magnox Inquiry (R (on the application of Clarke and others) v Holliday (Chairman of the Magnox Inquiry))
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Article summary

Public Law analysis: Former senior executives of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) possibly facing potential criticism in the final report of the non-statutory inquiry into the failed public procurement exercise and subsequent contract termination relating to the decommissioning of the Magnox reprocessing site failed to establish that the chair of the inquiry had unlawfully delegated his decision-making powers to his staff. Written by Adam Heppinstall, barrister at Henderson Chambers. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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