Deputies of the Upper Tribunal
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From: Colin Yeo
Dear Ministry of Justice,
Can you please provide the following information:
1. How many new Deputy Judges of the Upper Tribunal have been appointed to the Immigration Asylum Chamber (IAC) since the IAC was created in February 2010?
2. On what dates were the appointments made and how many deputy judges were appointed in each tranche of appointments?
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