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Court of Appeal considers EU deportation, public revulsion and “imperative grounds”

Court of Appeal considers EU deportation, public revulsion and “imperative grounds”

In Secretary of State for the Home Department v Straszewski [2015] EWCA Civ 1245 (03 December 2015) Moore-Bick LJ, giving the leading judgment, finds that public revulsion is not generally relevant to decisions to deport under EU law. The facts Two ...

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