Extradition – Private and family life. Given the judge's finding that the effect of extradition on the appellant's two-year-old child would be 'absolutely devastating', the proper conclusion which he ought to have reached had been that the scales in the particular case had been tipped in favour of refusing extradition. Accordingly, the Administrative Court allowed the appellant's appeal against orders for her extradition to Poland to serve an activated suspended sentence of two years' imprisonment for seven frauds against banks.