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The MoJ has also proposed a new £455 fee for an application to the first-tier tribunal for permission to appeal to the upper tribunal.
In the upper tribunal, the new proposals would see an application for permission to appeal, where permission had been refused by the first-tier tribunal, cost £350, while a £510 fee will be imposed for an appeal hearing where permission is granted.
Having suffered significantly as a result of prolonged nuclear tests being conducted by the United States within their lands between 1946 and 1958, such sensitivity to this topic is arguably understandable from the tiny nation, who are now seemingly intent on making the world's biggest powers sit up and listen.
physical activity'. This did not go down well with Mr Justice Mostyn, who in April granted the EBU permission to seek judicial review on the matter.
You are doing more physical activity playing bridge, with all that dealing and playing, than in rifle shooting." It is comparisons of this sort on which the claimant's case surely rests because here a point undoubtedly exists.
Speaking ahead of Tuesday's hearing, a spokesman for law firm Irwin Mitchell, representing the EBU, said: "
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