R (on the application of Y) v Richmond-upon-Thames London Borough

Local authority – Education. As there was not a serious issue to be tried, it would be wrong to grant an interim injunction preventing the defendant local authority from setting its budget pending the application for judicial review of its consultation on the future funding of education provision for special educational needs and disabilities. The Administrative Court further held that that conclusion plainly led to the inevitable consequence that there were also no arguable grounds for the grant of permission to bring a claim for judicial review.

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