Category Archives: Bail

Lawful Detention is a Precondition for Granting Bail

B (Algeria) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2018] UKSC 5 (8 February 2018) The case of “B” enabled the Supreme Court to put to rest the theory that continuous lawful detention is not a condition precedent for exercising … Continue reading

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Case Preview: B (Algeria) v SSHD

The respondent “B” entered the UK illegally in 1993. He is probably from Algeria. But since he refuses to identify himself his real nationality is unknown. Earlier this month, the Supreme Court heard the SSHD’s appeal on the issue whether, … Continue reading

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