The Secretary of State1 may certify a protection claim2 or human rights claim3 as clearly unfounded4. If a claim has been certified as clearly unfounded, a person may not bring an appeal from within the United Kingdom5. If the Secretary of State is satisfied that a claimant is entitled to reside in a specified state6 he must certify the claim as clearly unfounded unless satisfied that it is not7. The Secretary of State may by order add a state, or part of a state, to the list of specified states if satisfied that there is in general8 in that
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