Khaleseh v Home Office

Immigration – Detention. The Queen's Bench Division allowed the claim by the claimant that he was entitled to damages following detention for false imprisonment arising out of detention by the defendant at an Immigration Removal Centre. In so doing, he found that the defendant had breached his own rules in in deciding to maintain detention despite a report being made under rule 35 of the Detention Centre Rules; SI 2001/238.

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