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(p. 555) 15. Deportation 

(p. 555) 15. Deportation
(p. 555) 15. Deportation

Gina Clayton

, Georgina Firth

, Caroline Sawyer

, Rowena Moffatt

, and Helena Wray

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date: 17 February 2020

Course-focused and comprehensive, the Textbook on series provides an accessible overview of the key areas on the law curriculum. This chapter gives a brief history of the power of deportation. It then discusses in some detail the application of the ground that the deportation is conducive to the public good. This includes discussion of so-called automatic deportation under the UK Borders Act 2007, and of national security cases. The chapter also covers the Immigration Act 2014 provisions relating to deportation, including compulsory considerations for decision-makers and the power to ‘deport first appeal later’. The new case law on these provisions is also covered.

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