Lewis Silkin, Malik Law and Landmark act as Supreme Court crushes UK immigration policy

Chadderton, Sam
July 2012
Lawyer (Online Edition);7/18/2012, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the Supreme Court of Great Britain's judgment regarding the government's immigration practices in Great Britain. The court mentions that current immigration practices are unlawful. The judgment was delivered in the case of a Pakistani migrant vs Home Secretary Theresa May, which was related to immigration restrictions.


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