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Cases and Materials on Administrative Law is the leading casebook on the subject, featuring substantial extracts from leading cases, as well as extracts from relevant statutes, rules, government reports, White Papers, and inquiries. Account is taken of many important developments of recent years, in particular: * The rule against bias which has been redefined by the House of Lords in R v. Gough and its ambit significantly widened in ex p Kirkstall Valley Campaign Ltd * The chapter on jurisdictional control has been significantly altered to take account of the decision in ex p Page, which confirmed the breadth and general applicability of the Anisminic principle; * The section on tort is now based on the House of Lords decisions in X v. Bedfordshire County Council and Stovin v. Wise.