Summary judgment – Detention. The defendants had raised sufficient of an evidential case in open to have a real prospect of success in respect of claims alleging the unlawful detention of the claimants. The Queen's Bench Division so ruled concerning an application for summary judgmen made by certain claimants, who were alleged to have been members or associates of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group, and who had been detained, pending deportation to Libya on national security grounds. The court ruled, among other things, that there was no binding Court of Appeal, Civil Division, authority which impeded the correct application of R (on the application of Lumba) v Secretary of State for the Home Department; R (on the application of Mighty) v same[2011] 4 All ER 1[2012] 1 AC 245.