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Medical Justice UK
Working to promote and defend the health rights of immigration detainees including by arranging independent medical assessments
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Sue Willman Jun 17
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DuncanLewisPublicLaw 16h
Referred client yday pm by & , very concerned re health if removed to France. Our made late night court application, but relentless machine of the persisted. Client removed 6 am today; with potentially tragic consequences.
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Hugh Grant Peterkin Jun 25
'Like being in a coffin, you can't breathe' - first hand account from Janahan Sivanathan, survived torture in Sri Lanka only to be detained in the UK, released & now a law student
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Hugh Grant Peterkin Jun 25
'Pester the hell out of your MP' advises at the launch of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Immigration Detention tonight. Thirty MPs from all parties have signed up. So proud of for helping make this happen
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Sue Willman Jun 25
⁦⁦⁩ Mike Fordham QC immigration detention is an unjust system we need to unite our voices ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ...NGOs and Parliamentarians give me hope
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APPGDetention Jun 25
Great turnout tonight for the launch in Parliament - thanks to everyone who attended, especially our speakers , of , Mike Fordham of and our chair
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Sue Willman Jun 25
I left torture in + when I sought protection in UK I was detained in IRC ...no-one else should face what I went through ⁦⁩ launch tonight ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Medical Justice UK Jun 21
Invitation : Shu Shin Luh hosts Medical Justice AGM 5.30pm 16th July, Garden Court Chambers. Celebrating last year's successes + plotting how to challenge ongoing medical mistreatment in immigration detention. There will be good food and wine. All Welcome
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BID Jun 21
People detained in Harmondsworth currently have to wait for a minimum of 3 weeks after requesting a rule 35 report, to show independent evidence of vulnerability. Understaffing and bureaucratic inefficiency cannot be a reason for prolonged deprivation of liberty.
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Medical Justice UK Jun 21
By the way, we are Thank you again.
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Medical Justice UK Jun 21
Thank you ! And well done to all.
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Catherine Baksi Jun 21
The charity is challenging a “manifestly unfair” Home Office policy that allowed the forcible removal of migrants from the UK in a case before the High Court.
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Medical Justice UK Jun 20
Medical Justice has also benefited enormously from having employed BID volunteers. For ever grateful to BID.
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BID Jun 19
We have just been contacted by someone in detention who was born in the UK. The Home Office want to deport him to a country he has never been to. How can this be legal?
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Medical Justice UK Jun 20
Deportation policy 'poses a serious threat to the rule of law' via
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Public Law Project Jun 19
PLP's Alison Pickup & Rakesh Singh + Charlotte Kilroy QC are representing today and tomorrow in the final hearing on the Home Office Removal Window Notice policy. intervening.
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Medical Justice UK Jun 18
Thank You to all our fabulous volunteer clinicians and interpreters, as well as staff, trustees and ex-detainees who walked the with Medical Justice. Anyone can still sponsor us thank you so much !
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Medical Justice UK Jun 18
Thank You to Emma Parsons and Paul Winter from for walking with Medical Justice to expose medical mistreatment in immigration detention. Anyone can still sponsor us thank you so much !
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Medical Justice UK Jun 18
Thank You so much Frey and John from and Sumiya from Birnberg Peirce and Joanna at for walking with Team Medical Justice to expose medical mistreatment in immigration detention. Anyone can still sponsor us thank you so much !
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Medical Justice UK Jun 18
Thank You to the lovely and kind for donating sponsorship to Medical Justice to expose medical mistreatment in immigration detention. Anyone can still sponsor us thank you so much !
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