Marriage – Validity. The Supreme Court allowed the appeal of a couple, who had been alleged to have entered into a marriage of convenience, on whether the lower court had taken the wrong approach to EU law. It had been for the Secretary of State to prove that the grounds for taking away the established rights of the first appellant, S, a national of the European Economic Area, had been established. It had not been for S to establish that her relationship with a foreign national had been a genuine and lasting one.