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Upper Tribunal revisits issue of permission for video evidence from abroad

Upper Tribunal revisits issue of permission for video evidence from abroad

Last week I set out some observations on the taking of evidence by videoconference from abroad. I pointed to substantial authority that, in the case of the willing litigant or witness outside the UK dialling up on Zoom, where no judicial ...

Eric Fripp is a barrister at The 36 Group. He has appeared in many leading cases concerning refugees, immigration, nationality, and human rights.