The latest statistical assertion made by the MoJ, regarding growth in judicial review claims, questioned by PLP.

Published: October 30 2013

The latest statistical assertion made by the MoJ, regarding growth in judicial review claims, questioned by PLP.

On 29 October, the policy team at the Ministry of Justice held a web chat offering an opportunity to comment and ask questions on a proposed package of reforms governing the process of judicial review. Richard Mason, Deputy Director – Administrative and Civil Justice, claimed “… There’s actually been a 27% increase in non-immigration and asylum cases - from around 2,300 in 2007 to around 3,000 in 2012…”
We are perplexed as to how the figure of 3000 mentioned above has been arrived at.  Read our analysis of the statistics here.

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