Immigration – Asylum seeker. The appellant Sri Lankan had been refused asylum in the United Kingdom. The Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) had allowed his appeal but, on re-making the decision, refused the appeal. The appellant appealed. The Secretary of State conceded that, based on the errors of the Upper Tribunal and the new country guidance for Sri Lanka, the appeal should be allowed. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, remitted the matter for a rehearing.