QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COURT
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|THE QUEEN ON THE APPLICATION OF DURASHAWAR TARIQ||(CLAIMANT)|
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MR D BEARD (instructed by The Treasury Solicitor) appeared on behalf of the DEFENDANT
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"Permission is hereby granted but only in respect of the adjudicator's error in purporting to uphold a certificate in respect of the claimant's human rights appeal.
"The grounds seeking judicial review of the decision to dismiss the appeal and to uphold the asylum certificate disclose no seriously arguable case of error of law or perversity."
"I do not accept that she has been an active preacher or has proselytised."
"With reference to paragraph 6 of my determination I did not make clear that the Home Office had only certified under 9(3)(b) Sched. 4. They had stated that this was a case where 9(7) did not apply. Accordingly there was only one certification under the Geneva Convention and no certification under Human Rights.
"Accordingly in my final sentence I upheld that one certificate. I referred to certificates in the plural as I agreed that this was a case where 9(7) did not apply. That was less than clear in my determination but I hope the above clarifies matters."