“Ministers were facing accusations today that hundreds of children are being held unnecessarily in immigration detention centres as official figures revealed, for the first time, that 470 minors were being detained with their families.”
The Guardian, 30th August 2009
“Why are we asking this now?
In the past few days, the issue of sentencing has come to the fore in three high-profile cases, culminating in an announcement yesterday by the Attorney General, Baroness Scotland, that the sentences handed down to Baby P’s killers were not unduly lenient and therefore she would not be referring the case to Court of Appeal.”
The Independent, 17th June 2009
Court of Appeal
“Time spent in jail in the United Kingdom by a national of the European Economic Area was not counted when calculating whether he had live in the country continuously for at least ten years before the decision to deport him.”
Times Law Reports, 15th June 2009
“The time during which an European Economic Area national was serving a sentence of imprisonment in the United Kingdom was not to be included when calculating whether he had resided for a continuous period of at least ten years prior to a decision to deport him.”
WLR Daily, 6th May 2009
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