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Lord Rennard possible grounds for legal action against the Liberal Democrats Party
22/01/2014 01:04 / Leave a comment
Lord Rennard’s lawyers are still considering grounds for legal action against the Liberal Democrats Party following his suspension from the party and the announcement that a second investigation into his conduct is to commence.
The lawyers are expected to have an interesting time preparing their case. There are plenty of evidence and good legal material to play with. Professionally, they are like kids in a toy shop.
So has Lord Rennard got a reasonably good case? It seems he has.
So on what grounds may Lord Rennard win a judicial review?
Under UK law, there are only three circumstances where a Court might declare administrative decisions unlawful. Read more on Lord Rennard legal case here
By: Yair Cohen