The claimant challenged refusal by the defendant to provide financial support for his studies.
Laws, McCombe LJJ, Sir Stanley Burnton
 EWCA Civ 960,  WLR(D) 322
Children Act 1989 23C(4) 24B(2)
England and Wales
Appeal from – Kebede and Another v Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills Admn 31-Jul-2013
The claimants challenged refusal of financial support for their studies, being immigrants with discretionary leave to remain.
Held: It was submitted ‘ that the provision of a loan to pay fees is one removed from the imposition of fees itself, . .
Cited – 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 . .
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Updated: 15 February 2021; Ref: scu.514239