||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 34 (Feb)
|| EWCA Civ 768
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Rix, Moses LJJ and Sir David Keene (judgment delivered extempore)
||29 January 2010
Immigration - Appeal - Deportation - Claimant arriving in United Kingdom from Jamaica - Claimant being convicted of, inter alia, attempted murder - Secretary of State ordering claimant's deportation - Claimant appealing - Claimant alleging that he would be at risk on return as he was leader of a notorious criminal gang in Jamaica - Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, on second reconsideration, refusing Secretary of State permission to withdraw concession in relation to claimant's identity - Tribunal allowing claimant's appeal - Whether tribunal erring.
Immigration Appeal. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, held that the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal had erred in not allowing the Secretary of State to withdraw a concession that the claimant, who had been convicted of various criminal offences, was at risk if he could prove he was the leader of a notorious criminal gang in Jamaica.
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