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The Claimant’s detention pending deportation had been lawful as it had complied with the Hardial Singh principles.
3 February 2012
Mark Ockleton (judgment delivered extempore)
(i) The Claimant, an individual of unknown nationality, challenged his detention between July 2008 and March 2010, on the basis that it did not comply with the Hardial Singh priniciples, as there had been no prospect of his removal in a reasonable time.
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