Shoesmith case'offers chance to clarify public law'

March 2009
Community Care;3/19/2009, Issue 1762, p8
The article reports that employee Sharon Shoesmith's bid to challenge the actions of Ed Balls, Haringey Council and the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) concerning her dismissal offers the opportunity to provide some clarity concerning public law in Great Britain. Shoesmith is claiming Balls acted unlawfully when he removed her from her post following Ofsted's joint area review of safeguarding in Haringey.


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