All Articles: disclosure

“Sorry episode”: Chief Justice reprimands Home Office for disclosure failures

Yilmaz & Anor v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2022] EWCA Civ 300 concerned two Turkish nationals, Mr Yilmaz and Mr Arman, who were deported in 2017 due to their criminal convictions. Both had made human rights claims to stay in the U ...

14th March 2022 By

Home Office fails to disclose file note vital to unlawful detention case

Article 2(n) of the Dublin III regulation provides: Member States shall not hold a person in detention for the sole reason that he or she is subject to the procedure established by this Regulation. When there is a significant risk of absconding, Membe ...

5th December 2019 By

Home Office disclosure failings: “out of the norm”?

An integral part of the procedure of suing for damages is disclosure.  Where Home Office disclosure is inadequate or incomplete, it is necessary to go on pressing for compliance with rule 31 of the Civil Procedure Rules and for specific disclosur ...

25th January 2019 By