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Upper Tribunal Judge Francis Trevor Woodman Pinkerton retires with effect from 5 July 2016. Notes to editors Upper Tribunal Judge Pinkerton (70) was admitted as a Solicitor in 1970. He was appointed a part-time Immigration Adjudicator in 1995, a full-time Immigration Adjudicator in 1999 and a Deputy District Judge (Civil) in 2000. He was appointed Regional Adjudicator (now known as Resident Judge) at Taylor House, London, in 2002 and thereafter appointed a Judge of the Upper Tribunal (Immigration Appeals Chamber).

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