Immigration – Leave to enter. The claimant Israeli national was refused leave to re-enter the United Kingdom, detained and refused entry clearance on the basis that she had been employed in the UK in breach of a condition of her initial leave to enter. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the application for judicial review, held that the decision finding that the claimant had taken employment had not been irrational or unlawful. Further, the claimant had had no legitimate expectation that her activities in the UK would be compatible with her leave, as she had not fully explained her activities.