December 04, 2020
Ombudsman criticises council after cancellation of transport sees teenager with autism miss start of term
A council has agreed to pay more than £2,400 in compensation after an investigation from the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman into the termination of a child’s transport to school.
December 03, 2020
The London Borough of Redbridge was entitled to operate a decentralised system of specialist support under which teaching assistants are employed directly by schools, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
December 02, 2020
Ministry of Justice consults on reforms to arrangements for obtaining permission to appeal from Upper Tribunal to Court of Appeal
The Ministry of Justice is seeking views on proposals for reforms to arrangements for obtaining permission to appeal from the Upper Tribunal to the Court of Appeal and arrangements for second appeals to the Court of Session.
November 26, 2020
Judge issues ruling on deprivation of liberty for boy with behavioural problems to cover move to new residential school
Mrs Justice Knowles has issued a short judgment explaining how she came to agree a deprivation of liberty order against a 14-year-old boy with behavioural problems who was to be moved to a residential school.
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