Procedure

Keys posts on Procedure

We previously covered the High Court’s decision that routine redactions of junior civil servants’ names in judicial review disclosure was unlawful, and the Court of

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21st February 2024
BY Sonia Lenegan

The latest in a rash of recent cases displaying poor behaviour on the part of the Home Office is R (Amena El-Ashkar) v Secretary of

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16th February 2024
BY Sonia Lenegan

In Zhou & Ors v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2024] EWCA Civ 81 the Court of Appeal has re-affirmed the high threshold

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14th February 2024
BY Bilaal Shabbir

The Immigration (Health Charge) (Amendment) Order 2024 passed into law on 16 January 2024 and is now available on legislation.gov.uk. The new rates will apply

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18th January 2024
BY Colin Yeo

Quarterly tribunal statistics released today show that the overall immigration tribunal caseload is up 20% on last year to 31,000 outstanding appeals. Waiting times are

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14th December 2023
BY Colin Yeo

It is well established that the requirements of procedural fairness will very often require that a person who may be adversely affected by a decision

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13th December 2023
BY Iain Halliday