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His Honour Judge Jeff Blackett Refuses Me Permission To Apply For Judicial Review (re: ChB 1st Appeal)

How, pray tell,  can a Child Benefit  Appeal progress from First Tier Tribunal to Upper Tribunal, then back to First Tier Tribunal, then up again to Upper Tribunal, and then up to the Royal Courts of Justice, and throughout all of this time HMRC, the CSA, and various Judges at HMCTS all refuse to contact my daughter’s then-boyfriend’s family to confirm the material living arrangements for the material period, or to issue the reasonable Directions I’d requested? Continue reading

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Wednesday 20th September 2017 – Upper Tribunal Judge Nicholas Wikeley REFUSES Me Permission To Appeal (re: 1st Child Benefit Appeal)

This Appeal was first heard by Judge G. I. Marsh on 1/5/15. I lost. Then Upper Tribunal Judge Nicholas Wikeley eventually Set Aside that Decision.  It was remitted back to FTT to be reheard.  It was heard subsequently by Judge Mrs J. Verman on 24th April 2017. I lost again. So I then appealed again to the Upper Tribunal. Continue reading

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