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Exclusion of Tier 2 migrants’ partners from Destitute Domestic Violence Concession does not breach ECHR

The High Court (Kerr J) has found that the exclusion of Tier 2 migrants’ partners from the Destitute Domestic Violence Concession (DDVC) does not breach Article 14 read with Article 8 ECHR; even though there is differential treatment from partners of those with pre-settled status under the EUSS scheme, the differential treatment is justified. TheContinue reading “Exclusion of Tier 2 migrants’ partners from Destitute Domestic Violence Concession does not breach ECHR”

“The use of subordinate legislation to pass important laws and the reduced level of Parliamentary scrutiny which this entails… is a matter for Parliament rather than for me in this case”

The above is a quote from Linden J in R (Kellogg Marking and Sale Company (UK) Limited) v Secretary of State for Health and Social Care [2022] EWHC 1710 (Admin), a claim by Kellogg’s to the Food (Promotions and Placement) (England) Regulations 2021 (“2021 Regulations”), which places added restrictions on promotion of foods classified asContinue reading ““The use of subordinate legislation to pass important laws and the reduced level of Parliamentary scrutiny which this entails… is a matter for Parliament rather than for me in this case””

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