The Bail Observation Project published two full reports on their findings.
These are available to download as PDF files below –
Immigration Bail Hearings: A Travesty of Justice? Observations from the Public Gallery, 2011
Still a Travesty: Justice in Immigration Bail Hearings, 2013
Other relevant publications are available below:
Daniel Ferguson and Susannah Paul, Guide to Supporting Detainees in Immigration Bail Hearings in Scotland, Immigration Bail Observation Project Scotland, 2017
Immigration Bail Observation Project Scotland, Immigration Bail: An Introduction to Being a Cautioner in Scotland, Scottish Detainee Visitors, 2016
Bail for Immigration Detainees, How to Get Out of Detention: The Self-help Guide for Detainees, 2016
Right to Remain, Toolkit: A Guide to the UK Immigration and Asylum System and Taking Action for the Right to Remain
The Liberty Deficit: Long-term Detention and Bail Decision-making, Bail for Immigration Detainees (2012)
A Nice Judge on a Good Day: Immigration Bail and the Right to Liberty, Bail for Immigration Detainees (2010)
Irene Bruegel and Eva Natamba, Maintaining Contact: What Happens When Detained Asylum Seekers get Bail? South Bank University, Social Science Research Papers, no. 16, (2002)
We shall be pleased to add reports about immigration bail if you send details of them to us via the contact page.
__________APPLICANT__________ “DETENTION IS KILLING ME. I’M 49 WITH A FAMILY, WHERE AM I GOING TO RUN TO?” _____________JUDGE____________ “I DON’T BELIEVE ONE WORD OF WHAT YOU SAY” __________OBSERVER____________ "JUDGE DID THE HOME OFFICE’S JOB” ____________JUDGE____________ “I SEE YOU HAVE NEVER LIVED WITH THE MOTHER AND CHILD” (CHILD BORN WHILE FATHER IN DETENTION) _____LEGAL_REPRESENTATIVE____ “THE JUDGE SIMPLY ADOPTED THIS UNSUBSTANTIATED BAIL SUMMARY ON BEHALF OF THE HOME OFFICE” ___________JUDGE____________ “IT COSTS SO MUCH TO KEEP THEM IN DETENTION I LET THEM OUT WHEN I CAN” _______OBSERVER________ “WOULD THAT ALL SUCH HEARINGS WERE AS STRAIGHTFORWARD AND FAIR”