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Court of Appeal backs tough approach to English language cheating cases
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Court of Appeal backs tough approach to English language cheating cases

The recent DK and RK decision that there is nothing wrong with the government’s generic evidence pointing to individuals having cheated on their English language test is “authoritative”, the Court of Appeal has held. The case is Secretary of State ...

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