||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 490 (Jul)
||Hilton Harrop-Griffiths (instructed by Gifty Edila) for the defendant authority.
||R appeared by her mother.
||26 July 2001
Education - Local authority - Statutory duty to provide special education - Interim period - Authority refusing to provide teacher at specified venues and meet any cost of transport - Whether authority acting unreasonably - s 19.
The claimant's application for judicial review was refused because she had failed to show that the local authority defendant had acted in a manifestly unreasonable manner acting pursuant to their statutory obligation to provide special education for the claimant's daughter.
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