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Accommodation during lockdown

Personal Injury Compensation

Accommodation during lockdown

R (on the application of Henry) v National Probation Service and Another [2020] EWHC 1246 (Admin)

During lockdown, it has been very difficult for many families to cope with separation, especially when young children are involved. In the case outlined here, interim relief would have allowed a man to stay overnight in his family home during the Covid-19 lockdown. He had been imprisoned for public protection reasons and had subsequently been released on licence. If interim relief was not forthcoming, the alternative was that he would continue to stay in accommodation approved by the probation service during the night and visit the family home during the day.

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