Tag Archives: Strasbourg

Presidential Guidance on Dublin Cases

R (Weldegaber) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Dublin Returns – Italy) IJR [2015] UKUT 70 (IAC) (12 Feb 2015) Yosief Weldegaber, the applicant for judicial review was a 31-year old Eritrean national. His removal was stayed by … Continue reading

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Children and Conflicts between Courts

In the Matter of S (a Child) [2012] UKSC 10 (14 March 2012)  This case is about a relationship which became sour. A two-year old child, “W”, was involved and the UK Supreme Court unanimously declined to return the child to Australia … Continue reading

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European Hegemony: Kapitel Eins

“Flüchtlinge? Das sind keine Flüchtlinge, sondern illegale Migranten.” (Refugees? They are not refugees but illegal immigrants.) Some years ago Ilkka Laitinen, Executive Director of Frontex described refugees in the above manner to Der Standard; he simultaneously used the opportunity to … Continue reading

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