Immigration – Detention. The Administrative Court had given judgment in favour of the claimant on his application for judicial review of his immigration detention. The parties were agreed that the judge had erred in some important respects and that his decision could not stand. The claimant's solicitors suggested inviting the court to approve a consent order setting aside the judge's order and remitting the matter to the Administrative Court for re-hearing. The Secretary of State sought the court's clarification of the effect of such an order. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, held that, given the deficiencies in the judgment, it could not stand. Cases which gave rise to disputed issues of fact, such as the present, were not well suited to trial in the Administrative Court and should be transferred to the Queen's Bench Division or county court for trial as a Pt 7 claim. The present proceedings were transferred to the Queen's Bench Division for a fresh determination.