The activist lawyers are at it again:
In an individual case that is still pending, submissions were made to the court on Friday on behalf of a 20-year-old Iraqi national who was moved to Penally barracks in September after previously having been housed in various hotels since he arrived to the UK in March 2020.
The man’s lawyers argue that his continued stay at the camp has posed a “real risk” to his health and that there had been “no lawful or reasonable justification for removing him from suitable accommodation to the facility”.
I suppose 'relieving the burden on the poor bloody taxpayer that's paying for your services too' doesn't count, then? No, of course not.
They told the court that conditions at the camp did not allow for social distancing nor for compliance with the six-person rule, and that there was “no indication” that residents had proper access to medical care or masks, unless provided by a charity.
Is there any indication that they don't..?
A Home Office spokesperson said residents were staying in safe, Covid-compliant conditions, in line with the law and social-distancing requirements, and were provided with guidance in relation to self-isolation, social distancing and hygiene.
Paul Turner, barrister at Imperium Chambers, who acted in the case, said the Home Office’s position was “at odds with the reality on the ground”.
Not half as at odds as your position, and that of the other advocates for these illegal immigrants.
The public must understand that only a tiny minority of legal aid lawyers are really interested in justice or the welfare of their clients. The overwhelming majority are in it for the money and are concerned with getting as much public money as they possibly can. Once you understand that you will understand the actions and the morality of almost, but not quite all, legal aid lawyers.
I went to Penally camp several times while I was in the Army. The last time was in 2001. Now admittedly, my memory is a little hazy, but as I recall, the huts that the ordinary ranks stayed in were built for between 8-10 squaddies. They are quite large and if they are six to a hut, then the only way they could not socially distance, is if they deliberately stood close to each other. The NCO's accommodation were two to a room. There is a fairly large dining room, and shower blocks. It's not the Ritz, but if it's adequate for squaddies to stay in while on exercise, then it's certainly adequate for these uninvited guests. If they aren't happy with the accommodation, then perhaps they could write to Gary Lineker, Emma Thompson, Lilly Allen or any of the other bleeding heart lefties to see if they would like to offer a room in their mansions.
I'm sure they were squashed tightly together in the dinghy or the in back of the lorry that got these vermin over here illegally. Don't remember them moaning about social distancing then.
"...only a tiny minority of legal aid lawyers are really interested in justice or the welfare of their clients. "
I'm guessing one might need a scanning electron microscope to differentiate them from their fellows..?
"They are quite large and if they are six to a hut, then the only way they could not socially distance, is if they deliberately stood close to each other. "
Or prayed together?
"I'm sure they were squashed tightly together in the dinghy or the in back of the lorry that got these vermin over here illegally. "
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