Extradition – Private and family life. Even if fresh evidence concerning the serious and enduring mental health problems of the appellant's partner and the special needs of the couple's young daughter had been admitted, the factors in the appellant's favour fell a good way short of outweighing the factors which favoured extradition. Accordingly, the Administrative Court dismissed the appellant's appeal against the decision to order his extradition to Poland to serve the remaining 2 years, 5 months, 28 days of a sentence of 2 years, 6 months' imprisonment for ten criminal damage offences.