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Judicial review of the Upper Tribunal

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Having brought together separate cases from North and South of the Border, the Supreme Court considered the question of whether there can ever be judicial review of decisions of the Upper Tribunal and if so, on what grounds. It decided that judicial review would be possible, but only if an important point of principle or practice arose or there was some other compelling reason.

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