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Burgess initiated several important cases, including M v. Home Office ,  described by legal scholar William Wade as "the most significant constitutional case [in the UK] for more than years",  and Chahal v. United Kingdom ,  in which the European Court of Human Rights confirmed the scope of its protection against deportation. Burgess grew up in Castleford , West Yorkshire, with her mother, Comfort, a secondary-school headteacher, and older sister, Ros. Her father was absent.
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Sonia Burgess - Wikipedia
Not registered? Register here. MAN who died after allegedly being pushed in front of a Tube train was formally named as a leading immigration lawyer who held two identities — one as a man and one as a woman. Police said that year-old David Burgess was also known as Sonia, an identity well-known to his friends and family. He was revealed as a senior partner with 40 years' experience who has brought cases against the Ministry of Defence over unlawful detention. He was responsible for an important constitutional case in English law when he challenged a judge to stop his client being unlawfully removed to Zaire.
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Man in dress 'pushed' under Tube was top lawyer called Sonia
A transgender man who pushed his cross-dressing lawyer friend to her death under a Tube train has been jailed for seven years. Senthooran Kanagasingham was undergoing sex-change treatment when he killed solicitor David Burgess, known as Sonia, at King's Cross station in London. The year-old, who was known as Nina at the time of the attack, was a close friend of the solicitor who had befriended him at a bar and often visited her Soho flat. Pushed to her death: Senthooran Kanagasingham left has been jailed for seven years for his fatal attack on his cross dressing friend David Burgess, known as Sonia pictured right. Just an hour before Sonia was pushed infront of the train the leading human rights and immigration lawyer had taken Kanagasingham to a doctor because she was so worried about his mental state.
O n an autumn evening last October, a slight, pretty woman with a mass of curly hair fell underneath a tube train during rush hour at King's Cross underground station. The driver of the eastbound Piccadilly Line train applied the brakes as soon as he saw the woman lose her balance, but a whole carriage passed along the platform before the vehicle shuddered to a halt. It was shortly after 6. The line was closed, the platform cleared.