On Tuesday 20 December the English language testing case was featured on Channel 4 News. Mohammad Mohibullah a foreign student who had his right to stay in the UK cancelled by the Home Office after his English proficiency test was deemed invalid had this decision quashed in a landmark ruling. The ruling is significant because […]
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Luis González García quoted in House of Lords European Union Committee report, ‘Brexit: the options for trade’
The House of Lords European Union Committee today published its report on frameworks for UK-EU trade after Brexit. The report evaluates four main models for future UK-EU trade. It concludes there is always an inherent trade-off between liberalising trade and the exercise of sovereignty. Luis González García has been quoted several times within the report. […]
The claimant was a CoE Priest who had his permission to officiate revoked, and was refused an Extra Parochial Ministry License (EPML) when he married his husband. The claimant brought proceedings of unlawful direct discrimination under the Equality Act 2010, s 53. The Appeal Tribunal dismissed the claimant’s appeal and held that the respondent Bishop’s […]
Karon Monaghan QC and Matthew Ryder QC appeared on BBC Newsnight on Thursday 8 December to talk about the lack of diversity within the English judiciary. To view the programme, please click here.