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Should She be Allowed Back in to the UK

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6 minutes ago, panoma1 said:

Parliament make the law! They can pass a law in a couple of days.........if they choose to? They can also change/amend the law if they choose too!

Only if they can get a majority;   Would they with the Labour, LibDem, Independants, SNP all against?  I suspect not.

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7 minutes ago, JohnfromUK said:

Only if they can get a majority;   Would they with the Labour, LibDem, Independants, SNP all against?  I suspect not.

The current government might with support from the DUP? But with the disarray they are in, probably not!....its only hypothetical anyway they won't be bothered...........'cos it don't affect them and it ain't their money!

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Posted (edited)
7 hours ago, clakk said:

How can a non British ,married  to a Dutchman ,woman born in Bangladesh get British legal aid ,ive not overslept is it April the 1st again

The Dutch dispute a legal marriage ever took place, clearly they are not as stupid as we are. They have the right attitude

Edited by Vince Green

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1 hour ago, Vince Green said:

The Dutch dispute a legal marriage ever took place, clearly they are not as stupid as we are. They have the right attitude

Married? She probably jumped over a broom?  

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Posted (edited)

Small price to pay if this sets the legal precedence for future cases. I suspect however that this has been released today to mark some other bigger news...

Edited by Raja Clavata
released not realised

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Unless I’m mistaken, I think one of the criteria imposed on eligibility for legal aid, is a more than good chance of success. 

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10 hours ago, Scully said:

Unless I’m mistaken, I think one of the criteria imposed on eligibility for legal aid, is a more than good chance of success. 

That's my concern, she's half way back already.

Edited by redial

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On ‎16‎/‎04‎/‎2019 at 07:57, Scully said:

Unless I’m mistaken, I think one of the criteria imposed on eligibility for legal aid, is a more than good chance of success. 

That doesn't really add up because on that basis somebody has to pre judge the worthiness of the case. Where asylum is concerned the applicant cannot be denied legal aid. That's why these immigration lawyers are always circling like vultures putting in appeal after appeal on even the flimsiest of grounds. Win, lose or draw the lawyer puts in his bill regardless 

On ‎15‎/‎04‎/‎2019 at 19:40, panoma1 said:

Married? She probably jumped over a broom?  

I think jumped under a terrorist would be more accurate

Edited by Vince Green

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