Council of Europe Commissioner condemns anti-migration rhetoric by Cameron and May

The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights today published a Memorandum addressed to the UK Immigration Minister, James Brokenshire,...

22nd March 2016 By Colin Yeo

First successful entry clearance appeal on Article 10 free speech grounds

Jeremy Corbyn may be having a tough time since becoming leader of the Labour Party, but he can at least...

1st December 2015 By James Packer

New tribunal cases on statutory human rights considerations and “integration”

The Upper Tribunal has handed down another two cases on the statutory human rights considerations introduced by the Immigration Act...

29th July 2015 By Colin Yeo

Human rights and best interests relevant in ALL decisions

In Granovski v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] EWHC 1478 (Admin) HHJ Coe QC sitting as a...

7th July 2015 By Colin Yeo

When is Article 8 private and family life engaged?

The question of when family and private life exists in a legal sense is an increasingly important one in immigration...

3rd July 2015 By Colin Yeo

Gulshan disapproved in High Court

This post is a largely academic one for the lawyers and judges amongst Free Movement readers. The latest case in...

19th June 2015 By Colin Yeo