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Court of Appeal criticises ambiguous language in immigration tribunal judgments
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Court of Appeal criticises ambiguous language in immigration tribunal judgments

In Secretary of State for the Home Department v Starkey [2021] EWCA Civ 421 the Court of Appeal provides a helpful reminder of the need for very clear language when explaining how evidence has been examined and assessed. The immigration ...

Alexander Schymyck

Alex teaches Public Law at the London School of Economics and is due to start pupillage at Garden Court Chambers in April 2021

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