Immigration – Trafficking. The court had jurisdiction to grant general interim relief in respect of persons other than the individual claimants who were not claimants before it. The Administrative Court further held that there was a serious issue to be tried in the claimants' judicial review proceedings challenging the defendant Secretary of State's policy of ending support 45 days after a conclusive determination that a person was a victim of modern slavery/people trafficking and the balance of convenience came down in favour of granting the general relief sought.