A non-EU migrant worker who had his visa application refused after the Home Office revoked his employer’s sponsor licence and did not inform him has successfully appealed the decision of the Upper Tribunal to refuse his petition for judicial review of the decision.
UK Supreme Court 26 October 2020
The Supreme Court has refused to accept an application from the Attorney General for Northern Ireland to refer what he said was a “devolution issue” under the Northern Ireland Act 1998.
UK Supreme Court 5 February 2020
A woman sued for defamation by her ex-husband over her claim on Facebook that he “tried to strangle me” has had her appeal unanimously allowed by the Supreme Court on the basis an ordinary reader of the post would have interpreted it as meaning the ex-husband had grasped the woman by the throat and applied force to her neck – not that he had attempted to kill her.
UK Supreme Court 4 April 2019
The widow of murdered Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane has been granted a declaration that the state has failed to deliver an Article 2 compliant investigation into the death of her husband, who was shot and killed by loyalist paramilitaries in collusion with the UK security forces.
UK Supreme Court 27 February 2019
Heterosexual couple succeed in civil partnership appeal as Supreme Court makes declaration of incompatibility
A different-sex couple who object to marriage on the basis they believe it is patriarchal and who sought judicial review of the respondent’s refusal to make legislative changes which would allow them to enter into a civil partnership have had their appeal unanimously allowed by justices in the Supreme Court, which has made a declaration of incompatibility between the relevant legislation and the European Convention.
UK Supreme Court 27 June 2018