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SpenBeck

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This higher court, then next higher court lark just a joke. Why do you need so many courts? If you fail in one, just just try the next and next and next???????

All the courts should be following the same law anyway. If you fail in one, you get one more chance and that's it.

It's just 'money for old rope' in the law society!
 

jods

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This higher court, then next higher court lark just a joke. Why do you need so many courts? If you fail in one, just just try the next and next and next???????

All the courts should be following the same law anyway. If you fail in one, you get one more chance and that's it.

It's just 'money for old rope' in the law society!
She succeeded in the last one this was the government appealing that decision.

In 2019, the then-Home Secretary Sajid Javid stripped Ms Begum of her citizenship on national security grounds.
Last July, the Court of Appeal ruled that the only fair way forward was to allow her into the UK because she could not effectively appeal against the decision from the camp in northern Syria.
The Home Office subsequently appealed to the Supreme Court to reconsider the Court of Appeal's judgement, arguing that allowing her to return to the UK "would create significant national security risks".
On Friday, Lord Reed, president of the Supreme Court, said the government had been entitled to prevent Ms Begum from returning to the UK.
 

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That article isn't worth the bandwidth tucker, the author had one intention in mind when writing it, to get 'hits'
 
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