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Mr Siddiqui said his clinical depression and insomnia have been worsened by his “inexplicable failure”.
The court heard that, as a student, Mr Siddiqui was a “driven young man” planning to complete further studies at an Ivy League university in the US and pursue a career in law.
It is not appropriate for the institution to make any further comment while there is ongoing litigation.” The case is expected to last for seven days.