Ur- Rehman v Doncaster Jahia Mosque - insufficient evidence to prove a claim for stigma

Where evidence is too uncertain, or the Tribunal simply not in a position to resolve conflicts, there may be no alternative but to rely upon the burden of proof.  Where a tribunal does so, there is no error in law in it stating that the evidence has been too uncertain for it to reach a proper conclusion, or that there is insufficient to prove a case.

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