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Court of Appeal forced to re-open “plainly wrong” asylum decision three years on

Court of Appeal forced to re-open “plainly wrong” asylum decision three years on

illogical and inconsistent… plainly in error… plainly wrong… tenuous and unsubstantiated… failed to provide any reasoning… there is a basic minimum which is needed and, with respect to the Judge, it is lacking in this case… The Court of Appeal there, taking the “highly ...

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