Litigation Writs 07/03/95

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Litigation Recent Decisions 07/02/95

Home Office: illegal immigrants applied for habeas corpusImmigration Act – no power to detain asylum seekers R v Secretary of State for the Home Department and Anor, ex parte Khan; Same v Same, ex parte Virk; Same v Same ex parte Singh; Same v Same, ex parte Taggar (1995) (QBD 16/01/95) (Dyson J) Summary: No […]

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