JT -v- Secretary of State for the Home Department (anonymity order)

Administrative CourtHigh CourtKing's Bench DivisionAnonymity Order

Case No: CO/3989/2022

In the High Court of Justice
King’s Bench Division
Administrative Court

22 November 2022

Philip Mott KC, sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge

The King on the application of JT
Secretary of State for the Home Department

On an application by the Claimant for interim relief
Following consideration of the documents lodged by the Claimant


  1. Pending determination of this application for judicial review or further order, the Defendant shall within no less than 7 days from the date of this order provide adequate dispersal accommodation for the Claimant and her family, in a location allowing access to the same local midwife support that is currently accessed by the Claimant.
  2. The Defendant has permission to apply to vary or set aside the order for interim relief on 48 hours’ notice to the Claimant.
  3. Pursuant to CPR 39.2, the Claimant shall be anonymous in these proceedings and referred to as ‘JT’.
  4. Costs reserved.


  1. The Claimant is in hotel accommodation which is clearly inadequate for herself, her husband, children aged 6 and 4, and a new baby born on 2 November 2022. There is an urgent need to remedy this.
  2. I am dealing only with the application for interim relief, not permission which is sought on very wide-ranging grounds. If, as appears to be the case, there are other claims raising the same broad issues, there may well be case management orders required even if permission is granted.