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The Claimant's detention was lawful up until a reasonable period had elapsed for the Defendant to consider how to apply the judgment of Sufi & Elmi v United Kingdom.
10 May 2012
Geraldine Andrews QC
(1) The Claimant, a Somali national, made an application for judicial review of his detention under Schedule 3, paragraph 2(2) of the Immigration Act 1971. Upon review, the Defendant had refused the Claimant permission to release him on the basis of his risk of harm, re-offending and absconding.
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