Immigration – Detention. The claimant issued judicial review proceedings for declaratory relief that the defendant Secretary of State had falsely imprisoned him and damages. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the application, held that a reasonable period of detention had not expired by the date upon which the claimant had actually been released. Further, there had not been any period during which it had been or ought to have been apparent to the Secretary of State that she would not be able to effect the claimant's deportation within a reasonable period. The Secretary of State's admitted periods of unlawful detention had been subsumed within an overall reasonable period.