The government has responded to calls for more funding for the NHS by doubling the surcharge paid by migrants and in essence, blamed them for the crisis.
Bail Granted but Transferred to the Home Office
My first encounter in Tribunal with the new power to transfer management of bail to the Home Office.
Indo-Pak couples applying to remain together in the UK
How does the Home Office deal with a mixed Indian-Pakistani couple where neither can get a visa for the other’s country? Should they be allowed remain in the UK together?
10 horrifying things we learned about the Home Office in 2017
From detaining rough sleepers in inhumane detention conditions to ignoring the orders of the High Court, find out what the Home Office got up to in 2017.
Home Office Policy of Deporting EU Rough Sleepers ruled Unlawful
The High Court has ruled that a Home Office policy of detaining and removing EU nationals found rough sleeping is unlawful and must be stopped
Is Britain bringing back the Death Penalty?
I was recently invited onto BBC Newsnight to discuss the legality of proposals to assassinate suspected terrorists.