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A reasonable to good prospect of success in a European Court of Human Rights claim does not prevent their being a realistic prospect of successful deportation.
14 November 2011
Timothy Corner QC
(1) The Claimant, a Somali national, sought a declaration that the Defendant had acted unlawfully in continuing to detain him. The Claimant had been detained under immigration powers between 7 February 2008 and 13 July 2011 for a period of three years, five months and seven days.
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