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Unreported immigration tribunal decisions

BAILII now seems to host 37,453 unreported determinations of the immigration tribunal, dating back to 2003. May mean we can finally track down the decisions The Telegraph uses in its ongoing campaign to stop humans having rights. I’ll add these into the case law feed box on the right. There seems to be no hugely easy way to search only these cases at the moment but I’ve made enquiries of BAILII.

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