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Call for Ombudsman reform

Helen Sage reports The Local Government Ombudsman would probably be found guilty of maladministration if he investigated himself, the Association of Council Secretaries and Solicitors (Acses) has claimed. Acses president John Hartas has accused the Local Government Ombudsman of overstepping his jurisdiction in a submission which he has made to the Government’s review of the […]

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LAWYERS are warning of chaos in county courts if judges don’t get the technical back-up to make Lord Woolf’s reforms work. The burden of the reforms, to be announced on Friday, will fall most heavily on district judges in the county courts who will have to hold case management conferences, read papers in advance, set […]

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