Interesting, but frustrating UT case law decisions - Judge Nicholas Wikeley

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Interesting, but frustrating UT case law decisions - Judge Nicholas Wikeley

Post by helping_hand on Mon Sep 18, 2017 11:00 am

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/59ba5c50ed915d1966a0f767/CTC_0982_2017-00.pdf


https://www.rightsnet.org.uk/forums/viewthread/11799/


https://www.gov.uk/administrative-appeals-tribunal-decisions/jf-v-her-majesty-s-revenue-and-customs-tc-2017-ukut-334-aac

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CDLA/922/2017 starts -

Introduction
1. Oh dear. Oh dear. Oh dear.
Judge Wikeley again but this time a DLA overpayment which he had already seen -

3. Indeed, I was so concerned that in my ruling granting permission to appeal on the first time around appeal, I described the case as a “car crash”. Moreover, taken together with its companion appeal, JF v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (DLA) [2015] UKUT 266 (AAC), I described it as a “mini motorway pile-up” (see [2015] UKUT 266 (AAC) at paragraph 9, citing paragraph 4 of the permission ruling). It only gets worse second time around.
4. That description of the First-tier Tribunal’s conduct of the case might be thought by some to be a touch over-melodramatic. But it has undoubtedly got worse. Unusually, I am almost lost for words.

https://www.rightsnet.org.uk/forums/viewthread/11838/


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Re: Interesting, but frustrating UT case law decisions - Judge Nicholas Wikeley

Post by Brutus on Wed Sep 20, 2017 2:59 am


 As the Country progresses along this anti-democratic route, the less important become the the division between law, executive power and Parliament.
We have an Home Office that ignores Courts decisions thousand of disables had their life shorten by a system condemned even by UN and even in our humble position  we all are witnesses of how we are treated by the lowest of couches with contempt or fear that anything may happen to them.

It is part of a slope toward autocracy. In my opinion we are going to see more of it,
 
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