Public inquiries

Statutory provisions that authorise the holding of a public inquiry concerning a government decision generally give the relevant Minister the discretion whether or not to do so in any particular case. But in two recent legal decisions, the courts have shown themselves willing to review that discretion. Both cases raise the familiar but difficult question of determining the exact purpose of public inquiries.

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