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A skeleton argument is the same for any legal case - it contains the legal arguments, precedents, statutes etc., that support your case in court. There is a useful general guide to skellies here: https://hallellis.co.uk/write-skeleton-argument/
Only a solicitor or barrister that has reviewed your case and knows what it is about and what precedents you need will be able to tell you what your specific cases, precedents, statute etc., should be.
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