Immigration – Education. The Secretary of State decided to reduce the first claimant's confirmation of acceptance for studies allocation to zero, to suspend its highly trusted status licence and to require it to apply for a new licence. She further decided to suspend and then revoke the second claimant's highly trusted status licence. The claimants sought judicial review and the Secretary of State contended that the claims were academic. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the applications, held that the claims were academic and there was no benefit to the claimants in pursuing them.