||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 62 (Apr)
||Martin Westgate (instructed by Russell Jones & Walker) for the claimant.
||John McGuinness QC (instructed by Winkworth Sherwood) for the defendant.
||12 April 2002
Judicial review - Availability of remedy - Discretion of court to grant relief - Police - Claimant seconded to National Crime Squad - Claimant's secondment terminated - Defendant not providing reasons - Whether judicial review available.
An application for judicial review made by a police officer whose secondment to the National Crime Squad was terminated, without reason, was dismissed in circumstances where the Court ruled that there were exceptional cases where reasons did not have to be given to protect the public interest.
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