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Detained forever? Foreign prisoners and indefinite detention

Detained forever? Foreign prisoners and indefinite detention

Hundreds of foreign national prisoners are being held indefinitely, sometimes for years, when they can’t be removed from the country.  With no time limit on immigration detention powers, judges and the Home Office are operating within what one lawyer described ...

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