?It's clear the Home Office is using such twisty legal terms in order to speed up the asylum claims process. A quick stroke of the pen and hey presto! Manston is cleared in a matter of days when the previous process took too long and left them there for months.
A legal expediency to dig themselves out of a political hole.
Sorry, I don't understand your comment.
All the detained at Manston were asylum seekers. The process has not been speeded up, they've simply been found alternative accommodation (in some case dumped outside a railway station).
I believe Manston is a detention centre, and, I believe, there is a legal limit (UN defined perhaps, not defined in UK, which is about the only one to not have a legal limit defined) on the time allowed to detain asylum applicants before they are accorded proper accommodation.
As I understand it, this legal time limit on detaining asylum seekers was breached, and the legal capacity of the centre was also breached.
There could be a suspicion that such detention was being used in the discouragement of asylum seekers.