Ben Collins QC acted for the Parole Board in the Court of Appeal, in the case of Robert Gourlay v The Parole Board  EWCA Civ 1003 in establishing that the recognised practice of the High Court, to make no order for costs for or against an inferior tribunal or court which plays no active part in a judicial review of one of its decisions, extends to the Board.
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