The applicant appealed a refusal of leave to appeal against a determination rejecting in turn his appeal against a decision rejecting his application for asylum. He had left Turkey after refusing National Service. Such a refusal on its own was not a reason for asylum, but he asserted there were additional reasons for his fears of persecution. The tribunal had found that his refusal was for fear of his own safety.
Held: There was evidence to support the tribunal’s decision and it’s findings of fact could not be described as perverse.
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Cited – Adan v Secretary of State for the Home Department CA 1997
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