Source: All England Reporter
Publisher Citation: [2002] All ER (D) 19 (Oct)
Court: Administrative Court
Judge:

Jackson J

Representation Mark Mullins (instructed by Tyndallwoods) for the claimant.
  Andrew O'Conner (instructed by the Treasury Soilicitor) for the defendant.
Judgment Dates: 2 October 2002

Catchwords

Immigration - Appeal - Reasons for decision - Immigration Appeal Tribunal - Claimant appealing against decision by special adjudicator that he had no moral or religious objections to performing military service in Algeria - Tribunal refusing leave to appeal - Claimant contending tribunal overlooking part of his grounds of appeal - Whether tribunal in error.

The Case

The Immigration Appeal Tribunal had been entitled to refuse an asylum seeker leave to appeal against the decision of a special adjudicator that he was not at risk of persecution for a Convention reason and had properly addressed his grounds of appeal.

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