Immigration – Education. The defendant Secretary of State refused the claimant college highly trusted sponsor status due to its refusal rate greater than 20%, including 64 refusals on the ground that the student applicant was unable to confirm how the claimant had assessed their English language ability. The judge refused the claimant's application for judicial review and it appealed. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, in dismissing the application, rejected the claimant's main argument that the ground of refusal was predicated on a requirement that was not contained in the Immigration Rules.