Why Jenrick's acceptance of 'apparent bias' in his decision-making matters, by Richard Garlick

The secretary of state for housing is the most senior decision-maker in the planning system, outside of the courts. For him to accept that one of his decisions should be quashed on grounds of his own “apparent bias” is an extremely serious matter.

by Richard Garlick

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