Housing – Local authority houses. There was no evidence whatsoever that the defendant local authority had pre-determined that it would not offer the claimant housing by reason of her race or religion, and the decision letter clearly set out all the evidence presented to it, and set out clearly and rationally the basis for the decision in accordance with the allocation scheme. Accordingly, the Administrative Court held that there was no justifiable complaint about the decision-making process and the claimant's judicial review failed.