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Regional Administrative Courts recommended

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Date : Nov 19, 2007, 04:23 AM
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A Judicial Working Group has produced a report, Justice Outside of London, that recommends the establishment of four new regional centres of the Administrative Court. The recommended courts in Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds would allow regional High Court sittings to take place regularly outside London.

In their report, the Working Group said: There is a strongly held view that people should be enabled to bring Administrative claims out of London in the regions and to have them heard there. They make what we regard as a very strong, economic, business, professional and social case for doing so."

The full report can be found on the Judicial Website: www.judiciary.gov.uk.

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