Extradition – Extradition order. The appellant's extradition to Poland was ordered to serve sentences for possession and supply of drugs committed in 2002 and 2004. He appealed, relying on the delay, his partner's severe medical problems and the fact that he played a substantial role in the care for his family, including his two children. The Administrative Court held that, taking all relevant factors into account, extradition had to be ordered on the supply offence. However, it should not be ordered in respect of the possession offence as, in itself, it would not have led to a custodial sentence.