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Undocumented illegal entries and asylum seekers are a threat to national security?

Simples. Catch the boats in the channel. All passengers DNA tested to determine where to send them. Soldiers or civvy volunteers to give them a good going over, with injuries sufficient to render them unable to attempt the return here, and faces so destroyed that nobody will want to breed with them. When word gets back to Somalia or Afganistan, they will stop coming over. Drop them off by parachute, or clandestine beach landing at night.
I'm not too sure that this limp wristed, lovey dovey , softly softly approach of yours is going to work....





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Sana

Old-Salt
Priti might be struggling with II's and asylum types, but she seams to have a grip on getting rid of foreign criminals. Whilst receiving condemnation from what I'd call privileged black luvvies and such like.


Good on her. She's doing the right thing.
 

overopensights

ADC
Book Reviewer
EE HAY HO, out they fecking go! Good on Priti Patel!
 
You are making the presumption that she automatically has Bangladeshi Citizenship through jus sanguinus, and that is not the case.
Not true. From wiki:

"According to the Citizenship Act 1951, one method of acquiring Bangladeshi nationality is via jus sanguinis (Citizenship by right of blood). This means one may acquire citizenship regardless of whether they were born on Bangladeshi sovereign territory or not. Bangladeshi citizenship is provided primarily jus sanguinis, or through bloodline, irrespective of the place or the legitimacy of the birth. Therefore, any child born to a Bangladeshi woman illegitimately outside Bangladeshi soil would still be a Bangladeshi citizen, whereas a child born to two non-nationals in Bangladesh would not. This method is restricted if the child's parents also acquired their nationality through naturalisation or by descent."

QED, Shamima is Bangladeshi and not our problem any more! :)
 
I hope the Home Office goes through every single detention Centre and prison and deports everyone who has a criminal record or is serving a prison sentence. You want to appeal? Do it from your own country
 

endure

GCM
Not true. From wiki:

"According to the Citizenship Act 1951, one method of acquiring Bangladeshi nationality is via jus sanguinis (Citizenship by right of blood). This means one may acquire citizenship regardless of whether they were born on Bangladeshi sovereign territory or not. Bangladeshi citizenship is provided primarily jus sanguinis, or through bloodline, irrespective of the place or the legitimacy of the birth. Therefore, any child born to a Bangladeshi woman illegitimately outside Bangladeshi soil would still be a Bangladeshi citizen, whereas a child born to two non-nationals in Bangladesh would not. This method is restricted if the child's parents also acquired their nationality through naturalisation or by descent."

QED, Shamima is Bangladeshi and not our problem any more! :)
Bangladesh doesn't agree with you...

""The clear position of the government of Bangladesh is British citizen Shamima was never a Bangladeshi citizen," Bangladeshi's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement to the Dhaka Tribune.

"[Shamima Begum] doesn't have any rights in this regard and there is no scope to allow her to enter Bangladesh.""

 

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