Hundreds? Thousands? 48,000? Up to 50,000? It’s not clear.
The Independent reports that the Upper Tribunal has found in favour of students who had their leave to remain cancelled […]
Torture survivors should not normally be detained by the Home Office. But the awful truth is that they are. Regularly.
A version of my blog on the secret evidence rule in the Immigration Tribunal was kindly published by the justice gap. […]
Fair, open justice has deep roots in the English legal system. But the Immigration Act 2014 and other measures have […]
The High Court has made scathing criticisms of government lawyers who failed to comply with their disclose obligations in a […]
Grzegorz Machnikowski v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWHC 54 (Admin) This is a peculiar case. The […]
The Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that controversial out-of-borough housing placements for homeless persons may be unlawful where decision makers fail to follow statutory […]
[This article first appeared in the Nottingham Law Society’s February 2015 Bulletin. I’ve re-posted it here for reference.] Hydraulic fracturing, (or […]