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Points Based System appeal to Court of Appeal


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Points mean prizes!

Permission has finally been granted for an appeal to the Court of Appeal on the current approach of the tribunal to the Points Based System and the scheme’s lawfulness. Six cases have been joined. Oddly, two of the parties are litigants in person. I don’t know who the solicitors are, but the marvellous Margaret Phelan is acting in one of the cases. The case has been given a two day listing but there is no news on dates yet.

If I hear anything further, I’ll post an update.

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