‘There are good and bad practices in immigration control. Judges must be fair and compassionate, but not stupid and ignorant on the bench. Judges are not in the business of “kicking them all out”, but applying the law fairly and accurately. But lack of enforcement does undermine both the courts and the administration of justice generally.’
There’s an extract from The Making of an Immigration Judge by James Hanratty in today’s Times. Get your copy of the book here today!