The eagerly awaited 10th edition of Macdonald's Immigration Law & Practice provides detailed coverage of all aspects of UK Immigration, Asylum and Nationality legislation through a mixture of commentary, supporting legislation and case law. The book is the leading work in this area of law and this edition has been substantial rewritten to take account of the recent major changes in immigration law and to make the book more practitioner friendly.
- the impact of Brexit on EEA and Swiss citizens and their family members, including the EU Settlement Scheme, the Withdrawal Agreement, and the ending of EEA free movement rights.
- the impact of Brexit across multiple areas of immigration law, including asylum law, Dublin returns, human trafficking, the common travel area and the position of Irish citizens in immigration law;
- the major changes to the application of Article 8 of the ECHR following its statutory codification by Part 5A of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 and a series of landmark judgments in the Supreme Court.
- the impact of the Supreme Court judgment in AM (Zimbabwe) on Article 3.
- developments in refugee and asylum law.
- the effect of changes to the immigration rules (of which there have been 24 since the last edition);
- the hostile environment
- new developments in the law relating to detention under the Immigration Acts and bail
- the operation of the appeals system;
- the development of immigration judicial review particularly associated with the loss of appeal rights
- hundreds of decisions from the ECtHR, the CJEU, the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, Administrative Court and Upper Tribunal