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No points of law of exceptional public importance arise in deportation proceedings

By: James Cross BL

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High Court refuses application for leave to appeal judgement refusing judicial review of decision to issue a deportation order, on the grounds that no points of law of exceptional public importance were established and the proposed questions did not arise from the judgement. 

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