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Government’s use of extra-statutory powers has made the cladding crisis far worse than in Australia (or possibly Scotland), writes LKP trustee

By Sebastian O'Kelly on Apr 07, 2021 03:24 pm
Government’s use of extra-statutory powers has made the cladding crisis far worse than in Australia (or possibly Scotland), writes LKP trustee

The government – that is, civil servants as well as ministers – have sought to impose rigid central control over the cladding crisis, and then not done it competently. The result is that resolution of the cladding crisis falls far short of that of Australia and, very likely, Scotland, which is following the Australian not the London government’s approach.

These two conclusions may be drawn from articles by LKP trustee and solicitor Liam Spender on Oxford University’s law faculty website.

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