Terrible. Home office strikes again.
Some other article said UK nationality had been stripped for other UK citizens of Bangladeshi descent (similar to this case) but had been reversed on appeal. Seems the government may just want her jumping through a lot of hoops to come back...
Last edited by MABinPengChau; 20-02-2019 at 12:51 PM.
I dont believe for one second that she didnt know children were killed in the Manchester bombing. If you watch that video I posted she does a horrible job feigning surprise. To me that reads as insincerity not damage.
Like hull said, 15 year-olds are capable of a lot of dumb moves. I hope she's able to get the help she needs and see it for the mercy it is.
Making a person stateless on the off-chance a developing nation will be eternally grateful for the opportunity to scoop up the refuse of the UK seems a tad 'colonialist' to me. The UK provided an environment where their born-in-the-UK citizen was able to grow up exposed to brain-washing ideology, facilitated an isolationist approach to the integration of immigrant families and now decide to wash their hands when the outcome proves unpalatable. I hope they win their review, it's a disgusting way for a modern state to act.
And the press can cop some of the criticism for this as well. The Times went looking for any UK citizen in the refugee camps to make a story on, and once found they all descended like vultures trying to out-do the other in getting inflammatory comments from a woman who, in the case of Sky News & BBC, had just given birth hours before. In the Sky interview her eyes were rolling about, at one point I thought she had fallen asleep.