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Mr Chan Hok Cheung

Volume 114: debated on Monday 6 April 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will defer the deportation of Mr. Chan Hok Cheung from Belfast to Hong Kong so that he is available to give further assistance to Royal Ulster Constabulary officers making inquiries into serious allegations against a senior Royal Ulster Constabulary officer and so that Mr. Chan Hok Cheung is subject to normal procedures whereby a person is permitted to remain in the United Kingdom pending an application for judicial review of his/her case.

Following Mr. Chan's successful application to the court on 2 April for leave to move for judicial review of the decision to remove him as an illegal entrant, removal directions have been suspended pending the outcome of the proceedings.