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Judges Rule Shamima Begum Should Be Allowed Back In The Uk

Groose

The bickering and "prove it" posts can cease.  Any further posts will result in accounts being suspended.

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1 hour ago, nightrider said:

We won't be able to. She is British and its illegal to remove citizenship, unless said person has citizenship of another country (which she does not).

Which is what will have to be proven in court. It was widely reported at the time that the government said she was eligible for Bangladeshi citizenship, which is why it was thought lawful to remove her UK citizenship.

 

https://www.ejiltalk.org/shamima-begum-may-be-a-bangladeshi-citizen-after-all/

 

It is evident that the relevant legal provisions are far from precise and efficient. However, it is abundantly clear that Ms Begum is legally a citizen of Bangladesh until she attains the age of 21 years. Thus, the claims of the Government of Bangladesh and some others that Ms Begum is not a Bangladeshi citizen owing to the fact that she does not hold a Bangladeshi passport or any other proof of citizenship, has never submitted any application for dual nationality, and has never visited Bangladesh, have no legal basis.

 

Therefore, as of February 2019, Ms Begum is legally a Bangladeshi citizen. Consequently, the decision of the Home Office to deprive her of her British citizenship does not legally render her stateless. Hence, the measure is not unlawful insofar as the issue of statelessness is concerned. Although, it may very well be unlawful on other grounds, whether under British law or even international law.

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The British government did not even discuss it with the Bangladeshi one,the learnt about the division in the press.

As far as I know she's never been to Bangladesh in her life..

As to the legal fees ,if we had not set fire to the region in an illegal war at untold cost none if this would be happening

 

 

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6 hours ago, iansheff said:

Judges have ruled she should be allowed back in the UK to fight the government's decision to remove her UK citizenship.

It's the right decision IMHO.

 

She should never have had her citizenship removed.

 

Regardless of what she's done, she is a British citizen.

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5 hours ago, Pyrotequila said:

If she has no passport, would she still be allowed to travel?

 

Horrible little beast made her choice to leave to go and join the terrorists, she can stay there and rot.

Vulnerable and groomed child.

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She knew they were terrorist were she was going to,she knew what they were doing its was on TV and the news.
She wants to come back for the easy life which won't cost her a penny and get everything for free.

 

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29 minutes ago, speleo1 said:

She knew they were terrorist were she was going to,she knew what they were doing its was on TV and the news.
She wants to come back for the easy life which won't cost her a penny and get everything for free.

 

Have you spoken to her about that or did you just make it up?

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It's just common sense

My teenage grandkids knew about Isis they did not go or was so called Brainwashed.

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3 hours ago, Halibut said:

Vulnerable and groomed child.

Rubbish but that will probably be the cornerstone of her defence? 

 

Ultimately she went to a lot of effort to make her way to Syria.  She was the one who decided to put faith before family; faith before nationality. 

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With regards to her citizenship;

she married some ISIS terrorists, so why doesn't she get citizenship wth their countries?

And if not, then she's been living in Syria since 2015...so why wouldn't she be a Syrian citizen?

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23 minutes ago, Pyrotequila said:

With regards to her citizenship;

she married some ISIS terrorists, so why doesn't she get citizenship wth their countries?

And if not, then she's been living in Syria since 2015...so why wouldn't she be a Syrian citizen?

There's are various EU nationals in this country who have been here longer than 5 years and we can't wait to throw them out.

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4 hours ago, Halibut said:

Vulnerable and groomed child.

Behave. She was 15. 

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You do know she will end up back here eventually and permanently right?  The courts will make it happen. You weren't all born yesterday were you?  End of thread.

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