- Supreme Court affirms current approach to Parole Board costs orders (Gourlay v Parole Board)
- What are the practical implications of the judgment?
- What was the background?
- What did the Supreme Court decide?
- Court details
Corporate Crime analysis: The Supreme Court has refused to interfere with a High Court decision not to make a costs order against the respondent Parole Board after it adopted a neutral stance in judicial review proceedings which held that its decision not to recommend the appellant prisoner’s transfer to open prison conditions had been unlawful. Simon Creighton, consultant, at Bhatt Murphy Solicitors, examines the judgment.
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