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15 July 2011
Stephen Males QC
Where there was no reasonable prospect of deportation, continued detention is unlawful
(1) The Claimant, Naeem Anwar Tabassum, sought permission for judicial review to challenge his detention pursuant to section 3 and Schedule 3 paragraph 2 of the Immigration Act 1971, stating that he was in fact a British citizen, of dual nationality with a British mother and Pakistani father.
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