QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COURT
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MS F IVESON (instructed by JD Spicer Zeb) appeared on behalf of the Appellant.
MR J SMITH (instructed by CPS Extradition Unit) appeared on behalf of the Respondent.
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MR JUSTICE HOLGATE:
MR JUSTICE HOLGATE: I am very grateful for all the help that I have received on both sides.
MR SMITH: Thank you, my Lord.
MR JUSTICE HOLGATE: Thank you. Have I covered everything?
MR SMITH: Yes. Thank you, my Lord. I do not know whether my learned friend has any application in relation to public funding.
MS IVESON: My Lord, there is normally an item on the order dealing with public funding. I believe it is granted----
MR JUSTICE HOLGATE: A detailed assessment.
MS IVESON: Yes.
MR JUSTICE HOLGATE: Yes. It would be normal to ask you to draw up an order which I could approve?
MR SMITH: Certainly.
MR JUSTICE HOLGATE: Who would like to do that or who would least like not to do that?
MR SMITH: I have another professional commitment this afternoon, so if I could pass that one to Ms Iveson.
MS IVESON: I am very happy to do that.
MR JUSTICE HOLGATE: I am very grateful. Thank you. (After a pause)
Yes. As has been pointed out, you have all got my clerk's email address.
MS IVESON: Yes.
MR JUSTICE HOLGATE: Thank you.
MR SMITH: Thank you very much, my Lord.