News & Views
Immigration Law, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Tuesday 4 December 2018
Dublin returns to Italy give rise to an arguable breach of article 3 ECHR
Greg Ó Ceallaigh acts for the lead claimant in the successful challenge to the lawfulness of removals to Italy.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Thursday 11 October 2018
Home Office in major U-turn agrees to Article 3-compliant investigation by Prisons & Probation Ombudsman into abuse at Brook House Immigration Removal Centre
Stephanie Harrison QC of Garden Court Chambers represented one of the abuse victims (MA).
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Monday 8 October 2018
Court of Appeal - detention of asylum seekers unlawful under Article 28 Dublin III
In a majority decision, the Court of Appeal (Etherton and Peter Jackson LLJ; Sales LJ dissenting) delivered a significant judgment affecting the lawfulness of detention of asylum seekers subject to the Dublin III Regulation.
Administrative and Public Law, Immigration Law, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Thursday 26 July 2018
Bail accommodation failures led to unlawful detention of man despite grant of bail in principle
The claimant, Mr Diop, was represented in the High Court by Anthony Vaughan of Garden Court Chambers.
Immigration Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration Detention Civil Claims | Friday 13 July 2018
Medical examination failures led to torture victim’s unlawful detention by Home Secretary
KG was represented by Anthony Vaughan and Miranda Butler instructed by Ahmed Aydeed of Duncan Lewis.
Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Friday 13 July 2018
Supreme Court to give guidance on the right to private life under Article 8, ECHR
David Sellwood represented the appellant, led by Hugh Southey QC at Matrix Chambers. They were instructed by Muhunthan Paramesvaran at Wilson Solicitors LLP.
Administrative and Public Law, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Immigration Law | Wednesday 11 July 2018
Home Office admits it unlawfully detained and separated a father from his daughter, who remained in care and at imminent risk of adoption
The father and daughter are represented by Stephanie Harrison QC and Shu Shin Luh of Garden Court Chambers.
Immigration Law, Immigration: Personal and Business, Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation | Thursday 31 May 2018
Jo Wilding interviewed on BBC Radio about Roman Abramovich's investor visa
Jo Wilding was interviewed on BBC 5 Live, BBC Scotland and other local BBC stations about the apparent delay to Roman Abramovich's investor visa.