Hearings must be fair, despite Covid

So 150 immigration and asylum appeals may now have to be reconsidered

In an unusual move, a High Court judge has overturned unlawful Covid-related guidance issued the start of the first lockdown by another, more senior, High Court judge.

As a result, around 150 unsuccessful immigration and asylum appeals may have to be reconsidered, some brought against the Home Office by appellants who have already been removed from the U…

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