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The Defendant’s refusal to consider a change in circumstances in Sri Lanka in combination with written submissions as fresh representations was not irrational.
8 February 2012
Timothy Brennan QC
(i) The Claimant, a national of Sri Lanka, was refused asylum in 2002. He challenged the decision of the Secretary of State for the Home Department to refuse to admit a series of written submissions as fresh claims under paragraph 353 of the Immigration Rules.
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