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Criteria to certify an application for permission to apply for Judicial Review as ‘totally without merit’

The Queen on the application of Pamela Alburtha Grace v Secretary of State for the Home Department <strong>Summary</strong> This case deals with the approach which a Judge of the Upper Tribunal must adopt when considering whether to certify an application for permission to apply for Judicial Review as ‘totally without merit.’ (‘TWM’) <strong>Facts of the case</strong> A claimant whose application has been considered on the papers by a Judge who has found it to be […]

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