The purpose of this article is to consider the case law on the requirement of standing to bring judicial review proceedings to challenge decisions made in the context of public procurement. There are suggestions in this case law that the approach to standing in such cases is narrower than that normally adopted in judicial review proceedings. It is the contention of this article that such suggestions should be firmly resisted.
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