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JUSTICE

Membership organisation for lawyers and others seeking to inform debate, frame issues and influence decision-makers from across the political spectrum

LIBERTY

Campaign group working to protect basic rights and freedoms through the courts, in Parliament and in the wider community

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CONSIDERING HUMAN RIGHTS IN VISIT CASES

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Medical treatment removal cases based on Article 3

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The short answer is “yes, criminals can be denied refugee status.” There is a moral dimension to the Refugee Convention. But the criminal offence or

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2nd February 2024
BY Colin Yeo

The question of who has the duty to provide accommodation where a person has certain needs under the Care Act 2014 has been the subject

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2nd February 2024
BY Sonia Lenegan

A “returning resident” is a resident of the United Kingdom with settled status who returns to the country after a lengthy absence abroad. Ordinarily, when

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10th January 2024
BY Colin Yeo

The immigration rules allow people to apply to remain in the UK on the basis of long residence. Those here lawfully can apply for indefinite

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27th October 2023
BY Colin Yeo

The Upper Tribunal has provided further guidance on the meaning of historical injustice in the case of Ahmed v SSHD [2023] UKUT 00165 (IAC). “Historical

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25th July 2023
BY Jennifer Lanigan

In its 2023 World Report, Human Rights Watch found that the recent immigration and asylum policies introduced by the UK government breach domestic human rights

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2nd February 2023
BY Francesca Sella