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2 February 2011
Stephen Davies HHJ
Continued detention in prison rather than an Immigration Removal Centre, pending removal to Libya was not irrational or unreasonable given the character of the detainee.
(1) The Claimant, known as A.E., challenged what he claimed to be his unlawful detention. He was being held pursuant to two breaches of a Sexual Offences Prevention Order and his pending removal to Libya.
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