Tag Archives: SIAC

Terror trio triumphant in citizenship deprivation appeal

In C3, C4 and C7 v SSHD, the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) agreed with the point that C3, C4 and C7 had no other nationality other than that of the UK and so the SSHD was not able to … Continue reading

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Shamima Begum: SSHD strikes back in Supreme Court 

R (Begum) v Special Immigration Appeals Commission & Anor [2021] UKSC 7 (26 February 2021)  Ms Shamima Begum was born and raised in the UK. She was a British citizen at birth and at age 15 she travelled to Syria … Continue reading

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RLR and Irrationality: Settlement for Sikh Separatist

MS (India) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] EWHC 3162 (Admin) (09 December 2016) This intriguing article 1F case concerns a Sikh separatist, or “terrorist” from India’s point of view, seeking a free Khalistān – literally “the … Continue reading

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Vietnamese Islamist’s Deprivation Of Citizenship Disallowed

B2 v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Deportation – Preliminary Issue – Allowed) [2012] UKSIAC 116/2012 (26 July 2012) One would rightly think that  the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (“SIAC” or “the commission”) – a creature of statute – is  reserved primarily for … Continue reading

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Notices must advise accurately on appeal rights

E1/(OS Russia) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2012] EWCA Civ 357 (22 March 2012) In this case the Court of Appeal (Pill, Moses and Sullivan LJJ) heard an appeal in a judicial review case. The court unanimously reversed … Continue reading

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National security case in Supreme Court

The UKSC has handed down its judgment in this case on 7 March 2012. The Court has allowed these appeals. The Judgment is available here and the press summary is available here. The past decade has produced a series of … Continue reading

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