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Tigere, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills: SC 29 Jul 2015

After increasing university fees, the student loan system was part funded by the government. They introduced limits to the availability of such loans, and a student must have been lawfully ordinarily resident in the UK for three years before the day the academic year begins. The claimant came as a child with her mother some … Continue reading Tigere, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills: SC 29 Jul 2015

Regina v Secretary of State for Education and Employment ex parte Liverpool Hope University College: CA 15 Mar 2001

The college sought judicial review of regulations which precluded it from using in its title the name ‘university’ pending a appropriate order made in the Privy Council. The two name changes within a short period would cause great loss. The conditions which would have allowed non-interruption were impossible to meet. Reference was made to parliamentary … Continue reading Regina v Secretary of State for Education and Employment ex parte Liverpool Hope University College: CA 15 Mar 2001

Patmalniece v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions: SC 16 Mar 2011

The claimant challenged as incompatible with EU law, the Regulations which restricted the entitlement to state pension credit to those entitled to reside in the UK. Held: The appeal failed (Majority). The conditions imposed by the Regulations were indirectly discriminatory. There was not an exact correspondence between the advantaged and disadvantaged groups and the protected … Continue reading Patmalniece v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions: SC 16 Mar 2011