Nigeria scores two goals against Nigeria and Croatia were present in the match. World Football Cup

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Woman’s obituary takes hellish turn: ‘World is a better place without her’ by Sean Rossman

The beginning of 80-year-old Kathleen Dehmlow's obituary is pretty standard. It states when she was born, who her parents were, the name of her husband, children, etc. But it is sentence four that takes a turn, an awkward, cringe-worthy turn. It reads: "She abandoned her children, Gina and Jay who were then raised by her parents in Clements, Mr. …

Government U-turn over anti-terror law used to deport migrants by Amelia Hill

Section of Immigration Act to be reviewed after misuse of clause saw highly skilled migrants forced from UK The government has agreed to stop deporting people under an immigration rule designed to tackle terrorism and those judged to be a threat to national security pending a review, after the Guardian highlighted numerous cases in which …

AN APPROACH THAT WAS UTTERLY FLAWED AND HOPELESSLY CARELESS: WHEN SOLICITORS LETTERS BECAME PART OF A PROCESS OF UNLAWFUL HARASSMENT by gexal

In Worthington & Anor v Metropolitan Housing Trust Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 1125 the Court of Appeal upheld a decision that a housing association had unlawfully harassed its own tenants.  A major part of the problem came from the association’s highly defective system of inspection and fact-finding. The solicitors who wrote letters on the association’s behalf  …

Woman denied passport, then detained for failure to leave UK By Alexander Schymyck

R (Eroje) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2018] EWHC 1010 (Admin) is a shocking story of Home Office incompetence which led to the unnecessary and unlawful detention of someone who had made repeated attempts to leave the UK voluntarily. Ms Eroje is a Nigerian national and spent a year working for a …

Case Preview: KO (Nigeria) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, & Other cases by Asad Khan

Reasonableness and the Seven Year Rule Seven years’ residence is seen as a magical milestone in immigration law. The revised Immigration Rules introduced in 2012 and subsequent statutory innovations in the Immigration Act 2014 revived a redundant non-statutory concessionary policy that the seven years’ benchmark should suffice for grant of leave to parents in cases involving children unless there …

Upper Tribunal time limits: clock starts to run when written decisions are *sent* By Conor James McKinney

Yet another procedural change to update you on. This one took effect on 14 May 2018 and is about the time limit for appeals to the Upper Tribunal. Basically the clock starts ticking on the date that written reasons are sent out — not the date on which they are received. This is the effect …

IGP Nigeria seeks court order to place him outside law

Editorial Idris must be accountable to the Nigerian people via their representatives. He is seeking protection no affordable to public servants. He should consider his position if he feels unable to account to the people of Nigeria. The president indulges this sad man at his own risk. The Inspector of General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has …