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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)  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)  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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