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Y & Ors v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSIAC 41/2005 (16 December 2005)
What has been of greater concern in this case is whether there is a risk to national security on the basis that he does not abscond. The question is whether conditions can adequately control this and whether, while detention is lawful as it is, it is best that it be controlled by detention. We have not found this straightforward and the basis of our concerns is to be found largely in the closed material. But we have in the end concluded that bail should be granted, but it is being granted on stricter terms than would be necessary simply to prevent absconding. The surety proffered will be necessary.
REVIEW OF DECISIONS MADE ON 20TH OCTOBER 2005