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The blog has been experiencing a few problems over the last few days, for which I apologise. The hosting provider moved the blog to a new server accidentally or some such, and everything went offline for about a day. Somewhere along the way some content was lost. I’ve re-inserted the lost posts but have lost a few comments (sorry, Mr T!).

The speed at which pages load seems slow anyway, so I’m going to look at changing hosting provider. I’ll wait until just before Christmas before I make any such change, though, to try and minimise any disruption if anything goes wrong – which it almost certainly will.

The blog feed and emails also went a bit wrong somehow, so I apologise for that too.

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The Free Movement blog was founded in 2007 by Colin Yeo, a barrister at Garden Court Chambers specialising in immigration law. The blog provides updates and commentary on immigration and asylum law by a variety of authors.


2 Responses

  1. Hi FM,

    It seems that the 1 COR blog (UKHRB) are running my HRA v BBR post as linked from “Free Movement Blog”.

    While I find this extremely flattering I think that they should be told about this (I have told them already).

    Oh the government …

    Hope you’re having a nice Sunday despite the blog probs!

  2. I’ve just 2revived” my interest in immigration after being busy for a while and subscribed to the new email notifications.

    The blog is working fine at present and I’m learning from it as usual, thanks again for your efforts.