Immigration – Appeal. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division dismissed an appeal by the Secretary of State from a decision of the First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal finding that the deportation of lowed Q's appeal finding that deportation was disproportionate. It found that Q's deportation would seriously jeopardise the welfare of the three children in his care, and, in particular one who had special needs. Despite the seriousness of Q's criminal behaviour and his adverse immigration record, there existed 'exceptional circumstances' within the meaning of the Immigration Rules.