FLAW NUMBER 2: The system of administrative justice in England allows the public authority found guilty of maladministration to ignore any recommendations to put the person who suffered injustice back in the position they were before the maladministration took place.
Trafford council and Wilma Wrights petition is an excellent example of this flaw.
Clearly the system of administrative justice in England is impotent.
A growing number of councils are now exploiting this flaw. Trafford have already used it twice.
Unfortunately the LGO compounds this flaw by failing to inform complainants clearly and concisely about this serious deficiency. The reason they do this is because they don't want the general public to realise that the administrative justice system currently operating in England is just a worthless sham.