Practice: Pride, prejudice and procurement

Chris Hoyle highlights the practice of preliminary market consultations ‘A general market invitation, perhaps in the form of a prior information notice, followed up by a group consultation is potentially less capable of distorting competition than one-to-one discussions.’ It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a public-sector body in possession of a good budget must …
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Cases Referenced

  • Young v Robson Rhodes (a firm) [1999] 3 All ER 524