Immigration – Appeal. Whether the 13 decisions by the same judge which were the subject of appeal were looked at together or separately, they showed that nobody should assume that he had an adequate knowledge of the law or of his task as a judge. The Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber), in an unreported decision allowing the appeals, held that the judge's statements in his decisions gave real reason to suppose that he was not even trying to act within the law and apply the relevant substantive law to the facts as found.