Ms Reilly was the head teacher of a primary school. Ms Reilly was in a relationship with a Mr Selwood. During their relationship Mr Selwood was convicted of making indecent images of children.
While most of us were burrowing our way through the mid-winter, the European Court of Human Rights (“ECHR”) has been busy considering the rights of workers subject to surveillance at work.
The meeting of experts and the ensuing joint report is often a pivotal moment in the course of litigation. The Civil Justice Council Guidance contains a number of provisions relating to discussions between experts and joint reports.
The High Court of Justice in R (on the application of Peter Gaskin) v Richmond Upon Thames London Borough Council  EWHC 3234 (Admin) (Bean LJ and Carr J) today ruled that fees charged by Richmond Upon Thames Borough Council to an applicant for a licence to operate a House in Multiple Occupation were lawful.
Thom Dyke has a paper published in the latest edition of the journal, Judicial Review. The article is entitled 'Who Will Guard the Guardians? Challenging the Decision to Prosecute'.