Tag Archives: Terrorism

Statelessness: Ethnic Cleansing and the Rohingya

UNHCR estimates that at least 10 million people around the world are stateless. People who are denied a nationality are automatically disentitled from everyday activities most of us take for granted. The inability to access banking, education, employment and healthcare … Continue reading

Posted in Asylum, Bangladesh, Brexit, Citizenship and Nationality, Deportation, Ethnic Cleansing, Genocide, India, Karachi, Myanmar, Pakistan, Persecution, Politics, Racism, Refugee Convention, Rohingya, Statelessness, Terrorism, UKSC, United Nations, United States | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Bad Citizen and EU Law

Arranz (EEA Regulations – Deportation – Test: Spain) [2017] UKUT 294 (IAC) (22 August 2017) Over the years, the CJEU has carved out a special status for those bad EU citizens whose extreme crimes totally transgress the laws of the … Continue reading

Posted in Article 5, Article 6, Article 7, Brexit, CFR, Citizens Directive, Citizenship and Nationality, CJEU, Deportation, ECHR, European Union, False Statements, Human Rights Act, Permanent Residence, Proportionality, Refugee Convention, Terrorism, Tribunals, UKSC | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Algerian Jihadist poised for ILR

G v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] EWHC 3232 (Admin) (16 December 2016) An “Arab-Afghan” and a Salafist who joined the dreaded Fronte Islamique de Salut (FIS) in 1989, the claimant was an Algerian national who tried … Continue reading

Posted in Algeria, Article 3, Article 8, Asylum, Deportation, ECHR, Employment, Immigration Rules, Politics, RLR, Settlement, SIAC, Terrorism, UKSC | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Safe to Return: Asylum and Unlawful Exit from Iran

SSH and HR (illegal exit: failed asylum seeker) (CG) [2016] UKUT 308 (IAC) (29 June 2016) With former home secretary Theresa May at the helm as prime minister, these days the British are preoccupied with hammering out a good Brexit … Continue reading

Posted in Article 3, Asylum, Blogging, Brexit, ECHR, FCO, Iran, Iraq, Politics, Refugee Convention, Syria, Terrorism, Tribunals | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Supreme Court: EU Law Fails ‘Nuisance’ Algerian Criminal

R (Nouazli) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] UKSC 16 (20 April 2016) Algeria and immigration bring to mind the image of radical Islam. For example, in a decade long deportation battle involving six Algerian men which … Continue reading

Posted in Algeria, Article 3, Article 5, CFR, Citizens Directive, CJEU, Deportation, Detention, ECHR, European Union, Immigration Act 2014, Judicial Review, Proportionality, UKSC | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Advocate General Szpunar on Rendón Marín and CS

Strangely enough David Cameron and Theresa May are supporting the UK’s membership of the EU despite their condemnation of the CJEU for usurping the rightful place of Parliament. Masquerading as the “good guys”, they appear less opposed to EU law’s … Continue reading

Posted in Afghan War, Article 3, Article 8, Asylum, CFR, Children, Citizens Directive, CJEU, Deportation, ECHR, Muslims, Pakistan, Politics, Proportionality, Public Interest, Settlement, Terrorism, UKBA 2007, UKSC | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Case Preview: Belhaj v Straw

Belhaj and another (Respondents) v Straw and others (Appellants) UKSC 2014/0264 concerns allegations by a former opponent of Colonel Gaddafi and his wife that they were abducted and unlawfully taken to Libya in February 2004 and were both allegedly detained … Continue reading

Posted in Al-Sweady, Article 6, Cases, Detention, Disclosure, ECHR, Human Rights Act, Libya, Public Interest | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment