|| All ER (D) 252 (Feb)
||Jonathan Martin (instructed by Nag & Co) for the claimant.
||Tim Eicke (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the Secretary of State.
||16 February 2004
Immigration - Asylum - Certification of claim as manifestly unfounded - Reasonableness of certification - s 94.
In the circumstances of the case, in certifying the claimant's asylum application as manifestly unfounded, it had been reasonable of the Secretary of State to conclude that, taken at its highest, the claimant's case based on insufficiency of state protection in Sri Lanka from Tamil separatist forces could not succeed.
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