Tigere, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Student Loans Company Ltd: Admn 17 Jul 2014

Challenge to the exclusion of the Claimant from eligibility for a student loan. The claimant said that both the settlement criterion and the lawful ordinary residence criterion constituted unjustified and discriminatory restrictions on her right to education under both article 2 of the First Protocol and article 14.
Held: Her rights had been violated by the application to her of the settlement criterion but not by the application of the lawful ordinary residence criterion.
Hayden J
[2014] EWHC 2452 (Admin)
Bailii
England and Wales
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At First InstanceTigere, 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.534429