In Than Singh v Secretary of State for the Home Department (HU/08923/2021), promulgated on 19 August 2021, Upper Tribunal Judge Lindsley set aside, remade and overturned a previous decision allowing the appeal on all grounds. Mr Singh suffered from diabetic mellitus, nephropathy, hypertension, ischaemic heart disease, acute coronary syndrome, maculopathy, upper gastrointestinal bleeding, urosepsis, stage 3 AKI, normocytic, anaemia and intravitreal haemorrhage.
The Upper Tribunal agreed with Mr Mavrantonis’ written and oral arguments in that in effect the appellant had been, through no fault of his own, rendered unremovable through associated factual considerations similar to those envisaged in RA (Iraq) v.Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 850 and AM (legal ‘limbo’)  UKUT 62. The appeal was further allowed under both Paragraph 276ADE(1)(vi) and Article 8(2) ECHR
Mr Mavrantonis appeared on behalf of the Appellant, instructed by Aftab Albert of Farani Taylor Solicitors.