Tag Archives: Brexit

Emerging Trends in Investor Visas

Despite Donald J Trump’s best efforts to appease the Kremlin, relations could not be any worse between Russia and the West. The full reach of Moscow’s meddling is obvious from the fact that Arron Banks, Brexit’s bankroller, has rather nefarious … Continue reading

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‘Systemic Failure’: Second Appeals and Indemnity Costs

Secretary of State for the Home Department v Barry [2018] EWCA Civ 790 (17 April 2018) This is another addition to Singh LJ’s expanding collection of heads. The new specimen is a Home Office scalp and it rather shamefully involves … Continue reading

Posted in Appeals, Article 8, Automatic Deportation, Children, Costs, Court of Appeal, ECHR, Extradition, Families, Immigration Act 2014, Immigration Act 2016, Immigration Rules, Judicial Review, Misconduct, Politics, Proportionality, Racism, Tribunals, UKSC, Windrush | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Brexit: The Miller Judgment

R (Miller & Anor) v The Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union [2017] UKSC 5 Miller is considered to be the most important constitutional case for a generation. The lead claimant Gina Miller means different things to different people. … Continue reading

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Case Preview: Bashir and Others v SSHD

In her Christmas speech to British forces in Akrotiri, the prime minister celebrated the downfall of ISIS. Temporarily relieved from the turbulence of domestic and European politics, a triumphant Theresa May stressed that British military bases in Cyprus – the … Continue reading

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An ‘Important Milestone’: The Judgment in Lounes

Lounes v Secretary of State for the Home Department (C-165/16, EU:C:2017:862) In this judgment, the CJEU has embraced AG Bot’s opinion that EU law does not take away with one hand that which it has given with the other. The … Continue reading

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AG Szpunar: Permanent Residence is Necessary for Enhanced Protection against Expulsion

In EU Citizenship and Federalism: The Role of Rights, Michal Meduna’s entertaining chapter examines the protection EU citizens enjoy against expulsion as a consequence of scelestus europeus sum or “I am a European offender”. Toying with Sir Francis Jacob’s idea … Continue reading

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Current Accounts in a ‘Hostile Environment’: Bad Banks to Police Immigration Law from Next Year

Should the weeding out of thousands of overstayers, foreign national offenders facing deportation and failed asylum-seekers be delegated to bad banks so that 70m bank accounts can be screened in order to ascertain the account holders’ immigration status? No definitely … Continue reading

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