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For we tribunal watchers the list is notably short. Judicial ambitions to categorise, measure and risk assess the entire world have been scaled back, perhaps because of the impossibility of the task but more likely because resources are being absorbed by the transfer of judicial review into the Upper Tribunal. There’s still an odd one on the list though. Risks to Angolan citizens returning to Cabinda? How many UK asylum claims raise that particular issue?

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Colin Yeo

Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger, writer and consultant at Garden Court Chambers in London and founder of the Free Movement immigration law website.


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  1. Angolans and Cabinda

    We helped a case that had been rejected by two law firms as having ‘no merit’. We prepared the case in three days and an intern lawyer went to court with them as MacKienzie’s friend. the Judge allowed her to behave like a lawyer and they got asylum. It was a VERY strong case, but complicated. Could provide a redacted version if of interest?