New guidance is now available on the government’s “deport first, appeal later” policy and powers. The old guidance was deemed […]
Transfers from primary to secondary school can be a worrying time for parents. More so when their children have special educational […]
The Justice Gap blog have kindly published an updated version of my post about the detention of mentally ill persons […]
Indefinite immigration detention can have a disastrous effect on mental health. In 2015 alone, there was an average of one […]
My latest article is in the Justice Gap blog today. It’s about the High Court’s recent judgment in a case concerning […]
Where a foreign national is convicted of an offence and sentenced to at least 4 years imprisonment, the government must make […]
[UPDATE: the Upper Tribunal has now published this case. It is available here, as SM and Ihsan Qadir v Secretary of […]
Hundreds? Thousands? 48,000? Up to 50,000? It’s not clear.
The Independent reports that the Upper Tribunal has found in favour of students who had their leave to remain cancelled […]
Torture survivors should not normally be detained by the Home Office. But the awful truth is that they are. Regularly.