Our website is set to allow the use of cookies. For more information and to change settings click here. If you are happy with cookies please click "Continue" or simply continue browsing. Continue.

Court of Protection Practice and Procedure Conference 2016

A comprehensive guide to best practice and current thinking

Public law and Regulation

Case reports and guidance on public law and professional regulation issues

16 SEP 2011

New London College Ltd, R (on the application of) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department [2011] EWHC 856 (Admin)

Immigration – Sponsor licence – Unlawful interference

7 April 2011
Administrative Court
Williams J
Complaints must be sufficiently serious to warrant the suspension of a UK Border Agency sponsor licence. Where the licence is unlawfully suspended, this could constitute a wrongful interference as per Article 1 of Protocol 1 EHCR.
(1) The Claimant, New London College, challenged three decisions of the UK Border Agency (UKBA). On 18 December 2009, the Tier 4 sponsor licence held by the Claimant was suspended. By letter dated 5 July 2010, the Defendant revoked the licence of the Claimant. Following a visit, on 19 August 2010, the UKBA decided to maintain the decision as to the revocation.

To read the full case summary and to view the case transcript, you must subscribe to Jordans Public Law Online (if you already subscribe click here to log in).

To request a free trial click here and select Jordans Public Law online from the drop down menu.

Immigration and Nationality Law Reports

Immigration and Nationality Law Reports

An authoritative source of case reports covering every aspect of immigration, asylum and...

More Info from £155.00
Available in Immigration and Human Rights Online
Education Law Journal

Education Law Journal

Keeping you up to date with the latest developments in education law.

Available in Education Law Online
Subscribe to our newsletters