Great news that Safe Passage won their case on Appeal. This was to criticise the Home Office for not acting quickly enough on Dublin lll, the EU regulation that says unaccpmpanied minors in Europe with families in another European country (in this case UK) should be allowed to proceed to that country to have their case heard there.
Home Office did not advise thse young people correctly, actively restricted their claims under EU regulation, and then did not present full information to the court at prior stages of the hering. Great that the Appeal court ruled in their favour.
Meanwhile the two challenges to the Dubs Amendment, Help Refugees and our case, ZS and Others, still await judgment, and police violence against minors in Calais and Dunkerque (paid for by the British as well as the French ) continues…