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A very interesting post, Chris, and thank you for pursuing the issue so diligently for so long.

It is understandable that the prospect of the costs (money and effort) of appealing to the CJEU are unpalatable. But I hope you are going to appeal the UK decision to the Tribunal. Testing the application of the public interest test to the s. 27 refusal would seem to be well worth the marginal extra effort after all your earlier endeavours.

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