Non-compliance with Statutory Procedure

Procedural non-compliance

By Gerald Gouriet | August 3, 2021 |

Non-compliance with statutory procedure did not prevent an application to licence a music festival being granted

Iconic London Taxis are under threat from Uber

Taxi Driver’s Licences

By Gerald Gouriet | June 22, 2021 |

A licensee who applies to renew his licence before expiry can keep working pending determination of his application.

Problem Gambling, Problem Gambler sitting at FOBT machine

Victims of Problem Gambling

By Gouriet Holland | June 22, 2021 |

The harm done by problem gambling does not stay with the gambler: it has a wide reach.

Doctored Evidence, Impeachment, Deliberate or error?

Doctored Evidence?

By Gerald Gouriet | February 16, 2021 |

It has been claimed that the Impeachment Managers doctored the evidence against President Trump.

Amended Regulations

Coronavirus Regulations

By Gerald Gouriet | October 30, 2020 |

The so-called ‘loophole’ for social clubs has been closed. Alcohol may only be served as part of a table meal.

Non essential goods

Non-essential Guidance?

By Gerald Gouriet | October 27, 2020 |

Liberty and the rule of law are surely worth something even in the face of a pandemic.

non-essential goods

Covid-9 Restrictions Wales

By Gerald Gouriet | October 25, 2020 |

It is perfectly lawful for supermarkets in Wales to display on their shelves birthday cards and other ‘non -essential’ items.

Non-essential goods

Coronavirus Wales

By Gerald Gouriet | October 25, 2020 |

It is perfectly lawful for supermarkets in Wales to display on their shelves birthday cards and other ‘non -essential’ items.

TfL sits on fence Uber Appeal

Uber TfL Appeal

By Gerald Gouriet | September 28, 2020 |

Uber Appeal. Transport for London sits on fence. Did not ask Judge to uphold its decision not to renew Uber’s licence.

Uber wins appeal, Fit and proper person

Uber Wins Appeal

By Gerald Gouriet | September 28, 2020 |

Uber has admitted its failings, apologised, and kept its London Licence. Judge says Uber is now fit and proper.