Hacker's mother blasts ruling date

Mr Keith told Sir John Thomas, president of the Queen's Bench Division, and Mr Justice Globe that the Home Secretary proposed to give her decision "on or around October 16" while Parliament is sitting. Sir John set down a timetable for any subsequent legal challenge, expected to take three to four days, to come to court some time after mid-November.
Mrs Sharp said outside court: "If Theresa May has got an ounce of compassion she would make her decision now before the Olympics because she has any number of medical reports - these delays are destroying my son's life.
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