I see what you did there.Well that' brightened up my Sunday- anyone else hooked on this story?
I see what you did there.
I fear this is a stunt by the government. It's illegal to make somebody stateless.
If he's a British or dual national citizen, as the Telegraph story and his possession of a UK passport implies, then the government can't keep him out. If he's not a British citizen then he can claim asylum at Heathrow. He can't be deported to Syria.
It might frustrate his travel plans a bit as he'd have to find an airport that doesn't check British passports against the revoked list. Although as his dad is Egyptian he could probably get an Egyptian passport.
He told al-Quds newspaper: 'Britain is the place where I was born and lived.
'I have never been a threat to national security in Britain and will not commit aggression on its population because our religion does not allow attacks on unarmed innocents.'