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Trafficking decision overturned for failure to have regard to guidance
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Home Office rejects trafficking claim on basis that the claim was delayed and the account was inconsistent. Decision ruled unlawful for failure to follow Home Office’s own guidance on trafficking claims, which points out that there may be valid reasons why a genuine victim of trafficking is inconsistent in giving an account and makes a delayed claim.
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