Home Office faces legal challenge over special planning powers to extend use of asylum seekers' barracks

Home Secretary Priti Patel is facing potential legal action over a controversial decision to use special planning powers to keep asylum seekers at a disused army barracks in Kent for another five years.

by James Wilmore
Home secretary Priti Patel. Pic: Getty Images
Home secretary Priti Patel. Pic: Getty Images

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