Military Law in UK Law

  • Amand v Secretary of State for Home Affairs and Another
    • House of Lords
    • 21 July 1942
    ... ... purported to impose on all Netherlanders, born between certain dates and resident in Great Britain, an obligation to register for military service with the Netherlands Forces. Article 3 of the Decree defines "ordinary conscripts," and Article 6 provides that, upon being called up for ... ...
  • Sepet v SSHD
    • House of Lords
    • 20 March 2003
    ... ... The ground upon which asylum was claimed related to their liability, if returned to Turkey, to perform compulsory military service on pain of imprisonment if they refused. Their claims for asylum were rejected by the respondent Secretary of State, and challenges to his ... ...
  • R v Spear; R v Hastie; R v Boyd; R v Williams and nine other defendants (Conjoined appeals)
    • House of Lords
    • 18 July 2002
    ... ... Thirdly, and whatever the practice in former times, a modern code of military discipline cannot depend on arbitrary decision-making or the infliction of savage punishments, nor can it depend on inherited habits of deference or ... ...
  • Secretary of State for the Home Department v RK (Algeria)
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 27 June 2007
    ... ... the Secretary of State had apparently wished us to consider, namely another decision of the IAT in January 2005 entitled SG (Article 3—Military Service—Detention) Algeria (2005) UKIAT 00031 and the Home Office Country of Origin Information Report on Algeria dated April 2006, did not in my ... ...
  • MA (Female draft evader)
    • Immigration Appeals Tribunal
    • 04 May 2004
    ... ... The Appellant claimed to have left Eritrea in September 2001 when she was required, as a sixteen year old, to report for her compulsory military training. She feared that she would be made to fight, to complete her military service and claimed also to be in fear because she had left Eritrea ... ...
  • In (Draft evaders – evidence of risk)
    • Immigration Appeals Tribunal
    • 24 May 2005
    ... ... In September 1998 when the appellant was at home, government armed police came and took him to do military service against his will. He was taken to Sawa training camp. Two days after he arrived he challenged one of the officers, demanding to know why he ... ...
  • BN (psychiatric evidence discrepancies) Albania
    • Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber)
    • 13 May 2010
    ... ... He said that the reason for his coming to the United Kingdom was that he had been called up for military service in August 2008 until October 2008; he was mistreated by other soldiers because he was the only one from a particular area and had no friends ... ...
  • Fry, ex parte
    • Court of Appeal
    • 05 April 1954
    ... ... judicial or quasi judicial function, but was merely noting as a disciplinary authority, added at page 1155: "Where a person, whether he is a military officer, a police officer or any other person whose duty it is to act in matters of discipline, is exercising disciplinary powers, it is most ... ...
  • R DA (Iran) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 15 May 2014
    ... ... her decision that naturalisation should be refused because there were 'serious doubts' as to the appellant's character which arose from his military service in Iran. It was at one time envisaged by the parties that it might be necessary for the court to examine the scope of the discretion reposed ... ...
  • Ba (Military Service – No Risk)
    • Asylum and Immigration Tribunal
    • 12 December 2005
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