Education Law in UK Law
Pepper (Inspector of Taxes) v Hart
... ... in, or in connection with, the provision of the benefit, can properly be held to include the cost incurred, in any event, in providing education to fee paying pupils at the school who were there as a right in return for the fees paid in respect of them. The expenses incurred by the college ... ...
M and Another v London Borough of Newham and Others; X and Others v Bedfordshire County Council
... ... Hampshire case and the Bromley case) the plaintiffs allege that the local authorities failed to carry out duties imposed upon them as education authorities by the Education Acts 1944 to 1981 in relation to children with special educational needs ... 10 Although each case ... ...
EV (Philippines) and Others v Secretary of State for the Home Department
... ... appeal was given by Gloster LJ on the issue as to whether, when there was a finding that it was in the children's best interests that their education in the UK should not be disrupted, the need for immigration control could have been, on the present facts, a countervailing consideration sufficient ... ...
R v Barnet London Borough Council, ex parte Nilish Shah
... ... In four of the appeals an immigrant student is the appellant and a Local Education Authority (L.E.A.) the respondent. In one, Nilish Shah's case, the roles are reversed. In each case the student had entered the United Kingdom some ... ...
R (Begum) v Governors of Denbigh High School
... ... Intervener ... Jonathan Crow (instructed by Treasury Solicitor) for the Secretary of State for Education and Skills ... LORD BINGHAM OF CORNHILL My Lords, ... 1 The respondent, Shabina Begum, is now aged 17. She contends ... ...
Am (S 117B)
... ... of harm in the event of their removal to Malawi, and that his concerns were focused upon his eldest daughter and the consequences for her education if the family returned. The asylum application was refused on 6 August 2014, and in consequence a series of individual decisions to remove the ... ...
- Secretary of State for Education and Science v Metropolitan Borough Council of Tameside
Malloch v Aberdeen Corporation
... ... Lord Reid My Lords, ... 1 The Respondents are the Education Authority for the City of Aberdeen. The Appellant was employed by them as a teacher until 24th April, 1969. On 18th March the Education Committee to ... ...
- R v Secretary of State for Education and Employment, ex parte Begbie
- Board of Education v Rice and Others
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