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Quick alert courtesy of the Supreme Court website. Judgment in ZN (Afghanistan) is at last to be handed down tomorrow, and the Court is today starting a three day hearing of appeals against HJ (Iran) and HT (Cameroon) [2009] EWCA Civ 172, on the issue of homosexuality and refugee status. Meanwhile, the appeal by the Home Office against the permission to work judgment in ZO (Somalia) [2009] EWCA Civ 442 is listed for two days starting on 17 May 2010.

All should be very interesting judgments when available.

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