Ramathami v Secretary of State for the Home Department

Immigration – Detention. In a claim for damages for unlawful detention arising out of his administrative detention by the defendant Secretary of State, the Queen's Bench Division decided the case on the facts before it and held that the Secretary of State had been justified in reaching a view that, amongst other things, the claimant's risk of re-offending and the risk that he might abscond were he released from detention was sufficient to justify his continued detention.

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