First reported case of a successful substantive claim for judicial review against a decision of the Upper Tribunal and also deals with issues of procedural fairness, country guidance and expert evidence where an accepted victim of trafficking appeals against a refusal of asylum to the FTT.

Judgement: G & H, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2016] EWHC 239 (Admin) (11 February 2016)

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Today the Administrative Court handed down judgment in the case of G and H v Upper Tribunal and SSHD [2016] EWHC 239 (Admin). This is the first reported case of a successful substantive claim for judicial review against a decision of the Upper Tribunal and also deals with issues of procedural fairness, country guidance and expert evidence where an accepted victim of trafficking appeals against a refusal of asylum to the FTT.