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Information on all academies, free schools, studio schools and university technical colleges (UTCs) open in England, and those in the process of opening.
Judicial review hearings in the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber).
Hearings in the Court of Protection sitting at: 5th Floor, First Avenue House, 42-49 High Holborn London WC1V 6NP
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Hearings listed in the Business and Property Courts in the Rolls Building.
Court listings for the Military court centres.
Minutes from meetings of the committee.
Hearings before the Senior Courts Costs office.
Hearings for the County Court at Central London to be heard at the Thomas More Building, Royal Courts of Justice. Cases are also listed at Mayor’s and City of London Court, Guildhall Buildings, Basinghall Street, London, EC2…
A list of hearings before the Family Division in the Royal Courts of Justice.
Hearings listed at the County Court at Central London, Thomas More Building, Royal Courts of Justice.
Membership structure, draft agendas and records of meetings for the Lancashire and West Yorkshire headteacher board.
Hearings in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court.
The UKSAR2G programme will build on the current UK SAR service to provide a market-led tailored approach to search and rescue in a more cost-efficient and innovative way
Hearings before the Court of Appeal Criminal Division.
Hearings in the Court of Appeal (Civil Division).
As part of the Student Loans Company's commitment to transparency, it publishes details of supplier spend.
Daily hearings before the Queen's Bench Masters.
Daily hearings in the Administrative Court sitting at London, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Manchester and Leeds
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