Thousands of international students are seeking to clear their names after being wrongly accused of cheating in English language tests by the Home Office.
Why it matters
The event is significant as it highlights a potential miscarriage of justice and the impact of incorrect accusations on the lives of thousands of international students.
What the papers say
The Guardian reports on the students' fight to clear their names and the new evidence presented in court, while The Times focuses on the students planning new legal action. Both sources provide details on the Home Office's decision to accuse the students of cheating and the impact on their lives.
How we got here
The Home Office accused over 35,000 international students of cheating in English language tests, leading to the revocation of visas and deportation of some students. The students have been protesting their innocence for over a decade.
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English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and eventually became a global lingua franca.
The Home Office is a ministerial department of the Government of the United Kingdom, responsible for immigration, security and law and order.