Monthly Archives: January 2016

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26 01, 2016

English Language Rules

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In a recent interview on BBC Radio 4, David Cameron outlined his plans to encourage integration into the UK by tightening up the rules that require a the non–European spouse of a British citizen to know basic English before arriving in the UK and passing further language tests to be granted further leave to remain. [...]

26 01, 2016

The Lawyerless Online Court

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An interesting article appeared on the Court and Tribunals Judiciary website this week, Lord Justice Briggs, deputy head of civil justice, has called for the creation of a cyber court where litigants can resolve their civil disputes online the on line court would deal with claims of up to £25,000. Numerous immigration, human rights and [...]

26 01, 2016

4 Syrians and the demise of the Dublin Regulation

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The European Union has reignited the discussion of scrapping the highly criticised Dublin Regulation, the policy that requires refugees to apply and claim asylum in the first European country they set foot in. The huge number of migrants that have overwhelmed mainland Europe has made the Dublin Regulation virtually impossible to enforce and placed a [...]