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43 Temple Row is delighted to welcome Sharon Hughes.

Sharon joins chambers as a Third Six Pupil and undertakes work across all of our practice areas.

Sharon is dual qualified at the English and the Irish Bar, and has worked as a juriste at a French Law Firm.

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A QUICK UPDATE ON MM (Lebanon)

3 days before the Rules change…

Following the Court’s judgment on 22 February 2017 the parties sought to agree an order which gave effect to it and in particular to paragraph 110 which reads:

 So far as concerns the instructions, we have indicated those aspects which require revision. However, given the passage of time, including new legislation, it would be wrong for this court to attempt to indicate how those defects should now be corrected. It is preferable…

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Immigration analysis: Tony Muman of 43 Temple Row Chambers explores the core issues in the Supreme Court’s decision in R (on the application of Kiarie and another) and examines why the ‘deport now/appeal later’ regime set out in section 94B of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 (NIAA 2002) was deemed to be incompatible with Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) in these cases.

Certifying human rights claims of individuals liable to deportation (Kiarie and another v Secretary of State for…

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R (Kiarie) and R (Byndloss) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] UKSC 42

In the Conservative Party Conference 2013 Theresa May, then Home Secretary, announced her flagship policy to deport foreign criminals before they could appeal their deportation decisions – said appeal having to be filed from outside the UK.  The Immigration Act 2016 sought to extend this power to all arguable human rights cases.

For reasons explained in its judgment, the Supreme Court has this morning declared this power to…

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Immigration analysis: The Supreme Court’s decision on the minimum income requirement (MIR) for partners of non-European Economic Area (EEA) nationals seeking leave to enter is considered by Tony Muman, barrister, at 43 Temple Row Chambers.

Do you earn enough—Article 8, section 55 and the minimum income requirement (R (on the application of MM (Lebanon)) v Secretary of State for the Home Department and other cases) (3)

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