ar  UKIAT 00033 K (Turkey)
Date of Hearing : 30 April 2003
Date of dictation: 1 May 2003
Determination notified: 22.07.03
For the appellant : Ms N. Loughran, of counsel, instructed by Gray & Co. Solicitors
For the respondent : Mr A. Scarcliffe, Home Office Presenting Officer
(a) He is a worker and legally employed,
(b) He is duly registered as belonging to the labour force
(c) He has been legally employed for one of the three possible time periods.
These concepts are interconnected as legal employment presupposes a stable and secure situation as a member of the labour force.
(a) comes to the United Kingdom for purpose of learning the English language;
(b) lives for a time as a member of an English speaking family with appropriate opportunities for study; and
(c) helps in the home for a maximum of five hours a day in return for a reasonable allowance and with two free days per week.
It is submitted that this is not work or at least not the exercise of the community right of being a worker in the sense of exercising the right of free movement of workers.