Provision of tribunal reasons to victims

— The High Court has decided that the tribunal's previous blanket policy of refusing to provide reasons to victims was unlawful; the further refusal decision made during the JR proceedings was also unlawful and had failed to engage with the purpose of the open justice principle; and a refusal to provide a gist of the reasons when the Parole Board would provide this in similar circumstances is unlawful discrimination. See Maher v First-tier Tribunal (Mental Health) [2023] EWHC 34 (Admin).
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