Sumption QC wins Supreme Court ruling for Harrow Council

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  • Excuse my ignorance but I would've thought that the preamble to this report could have also had a brief synopsis of The Teckal exemption, and the EU regulations on procurement.

    Much obliged.

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  • The EU procurement regulation imposes open advertising and tendering rules for public contracts.

    These do not apply where a public body obtains services from "in-house" sources. This is the Tekal exemption.

    The Brent/Harrow case was about what constitutes "in-house".

    I could go on and on but I won't.

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  • Agreed.

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