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Terrorism suspects are still entitled to immigration bail
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Terrorism suspects are still entitled to immigration bail

In O3 v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2019] SN/147/2018, the Special Immigration Appeals Commission has confirmed that, just like regular immigration detainees, those facing deportation on national security grounds are entitled to a presumption of bail. In ...

Daniel Grütters

Daniel Grütters is a pupil barrister at One Pump Court Chambers.

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