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Similarly, in the case of R (on the application of Corner House Research and another) v Director of the Serious Fraud Office  EWHC 714 (Admin), the High Court was quite content to give standing to two campaigning organisations in order to allow them to challenge the legality of the Director's decision to halt investigations into allegations of bribery in relation to arms contracts with Saudi Arabia. These organisations were Corner House Research, which conducts research and campaign work in relation to environmental and social justice, and the Campaign Against the Arms Trade, arguably a more overtly political lobbying group.
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