In addition to the statutory provisions relating to bail1, the High Court may in its inherent jurisdiction grant bail on an application for habeas corpus2, or on an application for judicial review3 (whether an application for permission to apply for judicial review or a substantive application)4. Previously the court would grant bail only where it was arguable5 that the decision to detain involved an error of principle or was perverse or where the Secretary
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