A sporting chance
For many years the activities of sport's governing bodies, such as the FA or the Jockey Club, have held a unique position outside the remit of public law. But, as Thomas de la Mare and Jane Mulcahy explain, this anomalous position is now under increasing threat
Although the number of organisations under the public law umbrella has expanded in recent years, sports governing bodies continue, at least for now, to be excluded from the category of entities subject to judicial review.
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