Judicial review – Challenge to validity of public authority's decision. The not-for-profit entity set up by the sixteenth great-nephew of Richard III sought judicial review of decisions relating to his exhumation and re-interment in St Martin's Cathedral, Leicester. The Divisional Court, in dismissing the application, held that consultation prior to or as a condition of the grant of the exhumation licence had been unnecessary. Further, the Secretary of State's decision not to revisit the licence had been rational and there had been no duty on the Secretary of State to consult. The court emphasised that the one issue that it was not for it to decide was where the remains of Richard III should be re-interred.