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Number of immigration cases heard by the Court of Appeal to be radically cut
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Number of immigration cases heard by the Court of Appeal to be radically cut

The government wants to make it much harder to appeal from the tribunal system to the Court of Appeal. The Ministry of Justice is consulting on changes — sorry, “reforms” — where appeals that have already been heard in both ...

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