Regina v A Special Adjudicator and Secretary of State for Home Department ex parte B: Admn 17 Dec 1997

Kay J referred to the Secretary of State’s policy documents on the detention and removal of failed asylum seekers and emphasised the need for a careful reappraisal by the Secretary of State in the light of changing circumstances.


Jay J


[1997] EWHC Admin 1148, [1998] Imm AR 182, [1998] INLR 315



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CitedRegina (on the application of Baram etc) v Secretary of State for the Home Department Admn 7-Sep-2001
Asylum seekers had been detained on arrival in the UK, and then released. They challenged the propriety of the detention. The policy was that detention was appropriate where entry had been achieved through breach of immigration control, and did not . .
CitedMohamed, Regina (on the Application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department Admn 16-Jun-2003
The claimant challenged his continued detention under the 1971 Act after his appeal to the Immigration Appeal tribunal had been successful. He had been accused of rape, but was convicted of a sexual assault, though still serious. Before being . .
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