House of Lords
“In determining whether it would be unduly harsh to expect an asylum seeker to relocate to a safe haven in another part of his country, there was no requirement that consideration of conditions in the place of habitual residence had to be the starting point of the assessment. It was for the decision-maker to determine what weight was to be given to that, and all other relevant factors, in the context of the particular facts of the case.”
The Times, 15th November 2007
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