Garden Court chambers have a note of a case called Dixon v Wandsworth LBC  EWHC (Admin) 27. It isn’t on Bailii, Lawtel or Casetrack. I know that some Garden Court people read this blog and if anyone has more information about it (or a transcript) please let us know.
Mr Dixon and his sister were joint secure tenants of LB Wandsworth. His sister gave NTQ and left the property. LB Wandsworth then obtained a possession order. Mr Dixon applied to set aside the order or to prevent execution of the warrant on the basis that the rule in LB Hammersmith & Fulham v Monk  1 AC 478 violated his rights under Art. 8, ECHR.
The High Court rejected the application. There was no need to reconsider the decision in Monk and, in any event, the decision of the council was reasonable and proportionate.
As I say – anyone with more information should feel free to contact us.