Court stops immigration removals from UK

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Hundreds of in-migration removals are in doubt after the High-pitched Court dictated the Main office to stop using a contentious “no warning” tactic.

A charity protecting detainees has earned an injunction after saying the policy breached the right to access right.

Medical Justice said the policy foreclosed immigrants having a fair chance to put their dispute before they were put on an aeroplane out of the country.

It said the policy had affected a huge compas of people living in the UK.

These include members of the Windrush generation and victims of torture, it said.