A -v- The Secretary of State (anonymity order)

Anonymity Order

REF. C9/2019/2337 (B)

In the Court of Appeal

Civil Division

2 June 2020


Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Fulford




The Secretary of State

On consideration of the application for a private hearing and to rely on a supplemenatry skeleton argument And on consideration of the papers and without an oral hearing

The appellant’s applications for a private hearing and to rely on a supplementary skeleton argument are granted

These applications are unopposed.

Given the subject matter of this appeal, it is in the interests of justice for the hearing to be private, with the press and public excluded (CPR r 39.2(3) (4).

Supplementary skeletons will assist the court in its determination of this appeal.

The appellant is to file a supplementary skeleton forthwith and the respondent is to file any supplementary skeleton no later than 4.30 pm on 5 June 2020.


  • Where an application (other than an application for permission to appeal) has been refused on the papers, the applicant may request that the decision be reconsidered.
  • An application for reconsideration must be filed within 7 days after the party is served with notice of the decision.
  • The reconsideration will be determined by the same or another judge on paper without an oral hearing, except that the judge determining the reconsideration on paper may direct that the reconsideration be determined at an oral hearing, and must so direct if the judge is of the opinion that the reconsideration cannot be fairly determined on paper without an oral hearing: see hearing: see CPR 52.24.