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ISIS wanting to come home.

From BBC 'two hours ago...'

Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to the UK to fight the decision to remove her British citizenship, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

Ms Begum, now 20, was one of three schoolgirls who left London to join the Islamic State group in Syria in 2015.
Her citizenship was revoked by the Home Office on security grounds after she was found in a refugee camp in 2019.

The Court of Appeal said she had been denied a fair hearing because she could not make her case from the Syrian camp. The Home Office said the decision was "very disappointing" and it would "apply for permission to appeal".


Presume she'll be going nowhere until the lawyers have dragged her case along for a few more rounds, @huwshpis ??
 
^^ There's more ----

Up to 150 British jihadis and their brides will be celebrating today after senior judges ruled that Shamima Begum must be allowed to return to the UK to fight the Home Office's decision to revoke her British citizenship for joining the murderous Islamic State regime.

Begum – one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join ISIS when she was 15 - was stripped of her UK passport after she was found, nine months pregnant, in a Syrian refugee camp in February last year.

Tory MP Andrew Bridgen was left furious by today's ruling saying it risked a flood of jihadis returning. He told MailOnline: 'It opens the door for all her fellow jihadi brides to return to Britain – and potentially their terrorist partners too.

17.09 from the MAIL

 

Sumo

War Hero
From BBC 'two hours ago...'

Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to the UK to fight the decision to remove her British citizenship, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

Ms Begum, now 20, was one of three schoolgirls who left London to join the Islamic State group in Syria in 2015.
Her citizenship was revoked by the Home Office on security grounds after she was found in a refugee camp in 2019.

The Court of Appeal said she had been denied a fair hearing because she could not make her case from the Syrian camp. The Home Office said the decision was "very disappointing" and it would "apply for permission to appeal".


Presume she'll be going nowhere until the lawyers have dragged her case along for a few more rounds, @huwshpis ??
Forgot this thread, I put in political bollocks, this morning
 

WreckerL

War Hero
Super Moderator
^^ There's more ----

Up to 150 British jihadis and their brides will be celebrating today after senior judges ruled that Shamima Begum must be allowed to return to the UK to fight the Home Office's decision to revoke her British citizenship for joining the murderous Islamic State regime.

Begum – one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join ISIS when she was 15 - was stripped of her UK passport after she was found, nine months pregnant, in a Syrian refugee camp in February last year.

Tory MP Andrew Bridgen was left furious by today's ruling saying it risked a flood of jihadis returning. He told MailOnline: 'It opens the door for all her fellow jihadi brides to return to Britain – and potentially their terrorist partners too.

17.09 from the MAIL

The first paragraph is wrong, the Judges have said she SHOULD be allowed back, not she must be, or has to be.

It's all in the wording, plus she has to get herself back here.
 

fishhead

War Hero
What everyone realises that if she gets back to the UK she will never leave again. She will claim, correctly, that she is stateless and has nowhere else to go. Bangladesh, her father's home, have already said they don't want her there and no judge would declare she should return to Syria.
 
^re #206 - Ermm - As that was a Daily Mail journo's report your keen observation is 'noted',

recalling that it was only due to the diligence of nowt-better-to-do Journos scouring the camps to find her then nowt-better-to-do charidee workers funding her appeal by nowt-better-to-do lawyers.

All given oxygen (if not succour) by the likes of us nowt-better-to-do readers. Funny old world, innitt Wrecks?,
 

Sumo

War Hero
The first paragraph is wrong, the Judges have said she SHOULD be allowed back, not she must be, or has to be.

It's all in the wording, plus she has to get herself back here.
Getting back provably arrange able by the jurno after the story. Obviously entering illegally but not deportable as no where to go.
 

WreckerL

War Hero
Super Moderator
^re #206 - Ermm - As that was a Daily Mail journo's report your keen observation is 'noted',

recalling that it was only due to the diligence of nowt-better-to-do Journos scouring the camps to find her then nowt-better-to-do charidee workers funding her appeal by nowt-better-to-do lawyers.

All given oxygen (if not succour) by the likes of us nowt-better-to-do readers. Funny old world, innitt Wrecks?,
I just read what you posted ;)
 

huwshpis

War Hero
I have now read the judgment of the Court of Appeal. It was a strong court, by which I mean that three very good judges were sitting. They were Julian Flaux, who was previously a shipping lawyer, King LJ, a family law expert and Rabinder Singh, a judicial review expert. All were QCs before becoming judges.

Ms Begum was appealing against a decision of the Administrative Court refusing her application to challenge the refusal of the former Home Secretary to give her permission to enter the UK. This appeal was successful, so, if she turns up at the UK border to come in for the purpose of her case against being deprived of her British Citizenship, they have to let her in. They don’t have to let her in if she says she’s here for another purpose.

At the same time, the court considered a claim that the SIAC had applied the wrong legal test in deciding that the Secretary of State was right. They found that SIAC did, indeed, get it wrong and so a differently constituted SIAC will have to hear the case again.

Ms Begum’s first problem is to get out of the camp where she’s held, she has to get travel documents and then she has to get here. Nothing for lawyers to do till that happens, unless the Government gets permission to appeal today’s rulings to the Supreme Court.
 

LifebuoyGhost

Lantern Swinger
And that will only be one of her many “guest appearances” - C4 and BeeB lefties will be wetting themselves at the thought of the chance of giving her a platform and rubbing the public’s noses in it - and that’s before the tabloids start giving her actual money for her “My Living Hell trying to get home” story
 

Biker Buster

Lantern Swinger
And that will only be one of her many “guest appearances” - C4 and BeeB lefties will be wetting themselves at the thought of the chance of giving her a platform and rubbing the public’s noses in it - and that’s before the tabloids start giving her actual money for her “My Living Hell trying to get home” story
No doubt the UK taxpayer will pick up the legal 'gravy train' ticket tab.

Sent from my SM-A515F using Tapatalk
 

Sumo

War Hero
The MSM are so confused?

 
<<...Isil bride Shamima Begum’s potential return to the UK has been put on hold after judges granted the Government the right to appeal it.

The Supreme Court will now decide whether Begum, 20, who travelled from East London to join Isil in February 2015, should be allowed to return to the UK to challenge the removal of her British citizenship by the then Home Secretary Sajid Javid.

Earlier this month, the Court of Appeal ruled that "the only way in which she can have a fair and effective appeal is to be permitted to come into the United Kingdom to pursue her appeal"...>>






Not unexpected, - Long way to go yet with plenty of time for the fat lady to shed a few pounds before she even has to practice singing for her fish-supper....
 
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