Ali & Ibrahim v Birmingham City Council 2010 Supreme Court

Summary
The Council said that it had discharged its duty to house the claimants after they had refused an offer of accommodation, and that decision had been reviewed. The claimant denied receiving a notice under the procedure. The court was asked whether the decision in Runa Begum was to be interpreted in the light of Tsfayo. In particular the court asked whether a finding of pure fact on a review was a possible subject of appeal.

Held: The issue had been decided by the Runa Begum case which continued to apply. Leave to appeal refused.

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