Case No: SC/183/2021
In the Special Immigration Appeals Commission
11 August 2021
Secretary of State for the Home Department
On the Applicant’s application for an anonymity order pursuant to rule 39(5)(h) of the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (Procedure) Rules 2003 and for an order restraining publication pursuant to section 11 of the Contempt of Court Act 1981 (‘the application’)
On the Legal Representatives’ having been notified of the application by email on 23 July 2021
On considering the documents (application notice, statement of truth of Fahad Ansari of 23 July 2021, legal submissions, a draft order, and the explanatory note to the Legal Representatives describing what the case is about) (‘the documents’) lodged in accordance with paragraph 28 of the Commission’s Practice Note on Anonymity Orders and Related Measures (the Practice Note’)
And on the Applicant undertaking to keep the Commission and the Secretary of State informed of any matter which may affect the continued need for this order
It is ordered that:
- The Applicant be granted anonymity in relation to the conduct of proceedings in the Commission and be anonymised by the cipher ‘E4’.
- Nothing may be published which, directly, or indirectly, identifies him as an Applicant in these proceedings before the Commission.
- There be liberty to apply on 48 hours’ written notice to the Commission, to the Applicant, to the Secretary of State and to the Legal Representatives (as defined in the Practice Note).
- This order continues until the OPEN judgment has been handed down in this application, or further order in the meantime, unless the Applicant indicates to the Commission, as soon as the OPEN judgment is circulated in draft, that he intends to apply for it to continue after the OPEN judgment is handed down, and applies to the Commission, before that judgment is handed down, for directions for the determination of any such application.
BY THE COMMISSION