- Upper Tribunal encourages parties to reach agreement on costs. Or else.
- Costs in public law cases: what counts as a win?
- Claimant duty of candour in judicial review proceedings
- Algerian detained over seven years awarded £3,750 in his latest claim
- Upper Tribunal can make wasted costs orders for appeals under 2005 rules
When is it reasonable to require British citizen children to leave Britain?
Two interesting and important legal points emerge from the Upper Tribunal’s determination in SF and others (Guidance, post-2014 Act) ...29th March 2017
Immigration solicitor fined £10,000 for signing off “grossly misleading and inaccurate” court documents
The Solicitor Disciplinary Tribunal has fined an immigration solicitor £10,000 for signing off “grossly misleading and inaccurate” statements of truth...7th March 2017
General grounds for refusal: owing a litigation debt to the Home Office
The Statement of Changes HC877, of 11 March 2016, gave the Home Office yet another power to refuse applications for...8th February 2017
Rules under which over 10,000 fast track asylum appeals decided declared unlawful
The High Court has ruled in the case of R (On the Applications Of TN (Vietnam) & US (Pakistan)) v...23rd January 2017
Court of Appeal endorses Home Office practice of issuing supplementary decision letters
The Court of Appeal has in effect endorsed the Home Office practice of issuing “supplementary” decision letters during judicial review...18th January 2017
Immigration tribunal President blasts lawyers in sex grooming gang appeal (updated)
President McCloskey has blasted the “cavalier and unprofessional” lawyers for both claimants and the Home Office in his latest determination...13th January 2017