A judge has ruled that a failed asylum seeker from Zimbabwe cannot be deported back to Zim, even though it is acknowledged that his claim was dishonest and fraudulent.
The "reasoning" is that his life would be in danger from the regime in Zim if he was returned there, even though it was not before he attempted to enter the UK. He is apparently liable to be persecuted because he attempted to seek asylum in the UK.....
The relevant minister has said that this drives "a coach and horses through the entire system".
So, you can come and tell a pack of porkies and hope for asylum. It doesn't matter if you're found out, though, because you can't be sent back because they'll persecute you for trying it on.
Is this madness, or what?