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Introduction This article will provide a brief summary and comment on the recent decision of Mr Justice Swift in R (HAM) v Brent LBC...
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This piece considers two recent decisions – one by the Court of Appeal (“CA”): D4 v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2022]...
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Since September 2020, hundreds of unaccompanied young people arriving in Kent have been detained by the Home Secretary for the purposes...
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On New Year's Day, the Sunday Times featured the story of 'A', a 24-year-old man with learning disabilities and autism who has been...
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When the unanimous judgment in R (SC) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2021] UKSC 26 was handed down, it felt like a bit of a...
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To celebrate 10 years of the Equality Act, Doughty Street has held a series of events over the course of the year.In case you missed it,...
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R (on the application of Akinsanya) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2021] EWHC 1535 (Admin)What was this case about?The...
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The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in the case of R (L, M, P) v Devon County Council [2021] EWCA Civ 358.The case concerns the...
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In a fresh reversal for its long-standing practice of charging people large fees for various immigration-related processes, the Home...
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On 3 June 2020, in Serafin v Malciewicz and others [2020] UKSC 23, the Supreme Court delivered helpful guidance about the scope of the...