Immigration – Detention. The appellants had challenged their detention on immigration reasons by the respondent Secretary of State, the first appellant succeeding to a certain extent whilst the second appellant's claim had been dismissed. The Court of Appeal (Civil Division) held that, in both cases, the judge ought to have found that the Secretary of State had breached the public sector equality duty and had discriminated against the appellants by failing to make reasonable adjustments in breach of ss 20 and 29 of the Equality Act 2010.