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By Matrix Legal Support Service, UK Supreme Court Blog, 5 August 2016
The Supreme Court heard the appeal in R (Agyarko) v Secretary of State for the Home Department on 6-7 April 2016. It concerned the correct test to be applied where an individual unlawfully present in the UK asserts that they should be permitted to remain in the UK as a result of their relationship...
By John Kelly, EIN, 25 July 2016
While the points-based system will be more than familiar to nearly all EIN members, anyone not working within the field of immigration in the UK could be forgiven for thinking that such a system was a purely Australian concept, based on the calls for the UK to adopt the Australian system by the...
By Landmark Chambers, 14 July 2016
Secretary of State for the Home Department v MSM (Somalia) and UNHCR (Intervener) [2016] EWCA Civ 715: This case raised an important issue in relation to modification of conduct in refugee cases where the convention ground is imputed political opinion. The Respondent was a journalist from Somalia...
By Ben Amunwa, Law mostly, 11 July 2016
The stream of case law on Parliament's new statutory human rights framework for Article 8 immigration cases has disgorged another important but unhelpful decision: MA (Pakistan) and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] EWCA Civ 705. MA (Pakistan) concerned the '7-year...
By Professor Peter Lindseth, EUtopia Law, 27 June 2016
"What if…?" These kinds of questions may now seem pointless in the aftermath of the victory of Leave in the EU Referendum. Instead we hear 'What's done is done', 'Leave means Leave', 'out is out', etc., etc., etc. But one question has always nagged at...
By Nick Armstrong, EUtopia Law, 24 June 2016
COUNTDOWN TO THE REFERENDUM: A series of articles by Matrix that will explore a number of legal topics surrounding the UK referendum on 23 June 2016. Immigration and Brexit Nick Armstrong is a member of the Matrix immigration team, and most of his EU work is that in that context. He regularly...
By Ben Amunwa, Law mostly, 3 June 2016
When I attend a Tribunal hearing, I usually bring my laptop and charger. And I type almost all the time, religiously. Where possible I aim for a verbatim record, although that can be hard when people speak quickly or quietly or both. The longest note I have is over 300-pages – the length of a...
By Fraser Simpson, UK Human Rights Blog, 27 May 2016
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled (J.N. v. the United Kingdom, Application no. 37289/12, 19 May 2016) that the general system for detention of individuals prior to deportation in the United Kingdom, which lacks specific maximum time-limits, complies with Article 5, ECHR (Right to liberty...
By Alina Müller, Migrants' Rights Network, 16 May 2016
As the government prepares to roll out new immigration enforcement measures under the Immigration Act 2016 Migrants' Rights Network (MRN) renews its call for a joint action plan to defend the rights of all migrants. We never expected to win the battle against the Immigration Bill. In fact, we...
By Ben Amunwa, Law mostly, 6 May 2016
The law should not punish children for the sins of their parents. If anything it should shield them from the consequences, wherever possible. But if the children belong to a 'foreign criminal', as defined by the UK's deportation regime, 'punish away' seems to be the gist of a...
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