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Lack of Rule 35 process in prisons is unlawful, Court of Appeal finds
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Lack of Rule 35 process in prisons is unlawful, Court of Appeal finds

The judgment of the Court of Appeal in MR (Pakistan) v Secretary of State for Justice & Others [2021] EWCA Civ 541 marks a major step forward in the battle over the use of immigration detention in prisons. The court ...

Alex is a pupil barrister at Garden Court Chambers and teaches Public Law at the London School of Economics.

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