Rashid, Regina (on the Application Of) v Secretary of State for Home Department: Admn 22 Oct 2004

The claimant sought asylum, being an Iraqi Kurd. He was not told by the defendant of its policy not to require internal relocation within the Kurdish autonomous zone. The policy had been applied for the benefit of others, as was revealed only in other court proceedings. All other avenues of appeal had been refused.
Held: The failure to apply the policy equally was such a misuse of its power by the government as to justify a grant to the applicant of refugee status and indefinite leave to remain.
Davis J
[2004] EWHC 2465 (Admin), Times 17-Nov-2004
England and Wales
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Updated: 08 July 2021; Ref: scu.219270