R (on the application of Goloshvili) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Liberty intervening)

Human rights – Discrimination. The claimant's application for judicial review, contending that the defendant Secretary of State's issue of a notice of letting to a disqualified person was unlawful under the Equality Act 2010, was not entertained because there was no outstanding 'lis' between the parties after the Secretary of State had withdrawn the notice. However, the Administrative Court alternatively concluded that the issue of the notice was not an unlawful act of race discrimination but, on the contrary, was lawful and authorised.

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