Following the judgment (Ahsan and Others v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 2009, the SSHD reviewed appeals in this court which had been stayed pending Ahsan, about 250 in number; and subsequently offered to compromise them. Most of the appellants were content with the substantive relief offered, but not with the proposed costs order. They generally sought an order for their costs of the proceedings (including the appeal) to date, on the basis that they had been successful. These three cases were chosen with a view to full written costs submissions being made prior to a single judge determining the costs issue in those cases on the papers. Two cases are section 10 cases. The third case is a certified human rights case.