Article 3 of the ECHR and its role in medical cases
201812.01
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Article 3 of the ECHR and its role in medical cases

In the recent judgement of MM (Malawi) & MK (Sri Lanka) v SSHD {2018} EWCA CID to 482, the Court of Appeal refused to grant permission to appeal to the Supreme Court for consideration of whether the test under article 3 for removal of foreign nationals in medical cases, as set out in Paposhvili v…

The European Union and Britain
201811.18
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The European Union and Britain

Dominic Raab the former Brexit Secretary, and the PM’s second Brexit secretary (David Davies being the first to resign over the Chequers deal), resigned, last Thursday because he said he could not in all conscience go to Brussels next week and sign on the dotted line the deal negotiated between the EU and the PM…

201810.31
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#Immigration– there has ever been only six occasions when the Tribunal has granted a re hearing with no error of law involved

Work icon Work Free Upgrade to Premium Congrats, your article has been published! Share it with your other networks to broaden your reach.  Share on Facebook  Share on Twitter #Immigration- there has only been six occasions when #permission #to #appeal has been granted  with no #error of law involved Published on October 31, 2018  Edit article…

201810.30
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#Immigration– #Top #legal #500 #premier #law #firm

2016, 2017 & 2018 Gulbenkian Andonian Solicitors is proud to announce that it has been recognised by the Legal 500, the independent legal directory and reviewer of the legal profession, as a Top Tier firm for 3 years in a row. The Legal 500 has also recommended 4 of our lawyers, Dave Vasoodaven, Bernard Andonian,…

201810.30
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Immigration advice and representation by substandard solicitors and other legal representatives

This article is meant to complement that written by Frances Gibb the Times legal correspondent in his article dated 18th October 2018 entitled dishonesty is undermining asylum, with the sub-heading dodgy immigration solicitors should be held to account says a former judge. In his article Frances Gibb writes that Sir  Ross Cranston, (who was solicitor-…

The Supreme Court clarifies the meaning of ” reasonableness “and  ” unduly harsh” in considering the best interests of children
201810.27
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The Supreme Court clarifies the meaning of ” reasonableness “and ” unduly harsh” in considering the best interests of children

Michaelmas Term [2018] UKSC 53 On appeals from: [2016] EWCA Civ 617; [2016] EWCA Civ 932; [2016] EWCA Civ 705 JUDGMENT #KO (Nigeria) (Appellant) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) IT (Jamaica) (Appellant) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent) NS (Sri Lanka) and others (Appellants) v Secretary of State…