Immigration – Asylum/humanitarian protection – Leave to appeal. Court of Session: Refusing an application by a Zimbabwean applicant seeking leave to appeal against a decision of the Upper Tribunal (UT) dismissing her appeal against the First Tier Tribunal (FTT)'s rejection of her claim for asylum/humanitarian protection, the court held that the proposed grounds of appeal―that a country guidance case had been superseded by a report placed before the FTT and that both tribunals had failed to apply the correct test for internal relocation―did not give rise to any important point of principle or practice, and there was no other compelling reason for the court to hear the appeal.