Were not allowed to deport terrorism suspect.

BuggerAll

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#1
It is being reported that the UK is not allowed to deport terrorism suspects to Pakistan because the Pakistanis may be unkind to them. One suspect who is already in Pakistan must be allowed to return.

Linky.
 
#3
Deport him to France or Italy. They are safe countries that have no problem at all deporting people they don't like (despite being signed up to the same European Human Rights Conventions that we are).

With any luck he won't even get out of the transit lounge at Charles de Gaulle airport.
 

Sixty

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#6
Nulli_Boy said:
Disgraceful !
I agree. Not convicted of any charge or put on trial but branded a terrorist by an immigration court on the basis of secret evidence that the accused isn't allowed to see, in flagrant violation of centuries of legal process.

A disgrace indeed.
 
#8
So this is a man who has been branded a terrorist not on any evidence that has ever seen the inside of a courtroom but by something called the Special Immigration and Appeals Committee.

Sorry, what are we defending again?
 
#9
What I posted in the other thread on this,
To you Tory voters who hoped for Nirvanah,

Quote.
This is despite a Tory election promise that the Human Rights Act would be abolished.

The Home Secretary, Theresa May, said she would not be appealing against the ruling, handed down by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission.
 

Alsacien

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#11
llech said:
What I posted in the other thread on this,
To you Tory voters who hoped for Nirvanah,

Quote.
This is despite a Tory election promise that the Human Rights Act would be abolished.

The Home Secretary, Theresa May, said she would not be appealing against the ruling, handed down by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission.
...and nobody was interested on the other thread either.......
 
#12
llech said:
What I posted in the other thread on this,
To you Tory voters who hoped for Nirvanah,

Quote.
This is despite a Tory election promise that the Human Rights Act would be abolished.

The Home Secretary, Theresa May, said she would not be appealing against the ruling, handed down by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission.
Perhaps if she appealed she'd have to produce proof she either doesn't want to or hasn't got. Parliament hasn't even started sitting yet so the Tories can hardly repeal the Act now can they?
 
#13
Markintime said:
llech said:
What I posted in the other thread on this,
To you Tory voters who hoped for Nirvanah,

Quote.
This is despite a Tory election promise that the Human Rights Act would be abolished.

The Home Secretary, Theresa May, said she would not be appealing against the ruling, handed down by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission.
Perhaps if she appealed she'd have to produce proof she either doesn't want to or hasn't got. Parliament hasn't even started sitting yet so the Tories can hardly repeal the Act now can they?
Still, you know they won't the HRA is a good thing , despite newspapers telling us otherwise.
 

Alsacien

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#14
llech said:
Markintime said:
llech said:
What I posted in the other thread on this,
To you Tory voters who hoped for Nirvanah,

Quote.
This is despite a Tory election promise that the Human Rights Act would be abolished.

The Home Secretary, Theresa May, said she would not be appealing against the ruling, handed down by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission.
Perhaps if she appealed she'd have to produce proof she either doesn't want to or hasn't got. Parliament hasn't even started sitting yet so the Tories can hardly repeal the Act now can they?
Still, you know they won't the HRA is a good thing , despite newspapers telling us otherwise.
Its a good thing in principle, but not in its current form.
 
#15
llech said:
Markintime said:
llech said:
What I posted in the other thread on this,
To you Tory voters who hoped for Nirvanah,

Quote.
This is despite a Tory election promise that the Human Rights Act would be abolished.

The Home Secretary, Theresa May, said she would not be appealing against the ruling, handed down by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission.
Perhaps if she appealed she'd have to produce proof she either doesn't want to or hasn't got. Parliament hasn't even started sitting yet so the Tories can hardly repeal the Act now can they?
Still, you know they won't the HRA is a good thing , despite newspapers telling us otherwise.
There are parts that need attention IMO. I'd like my right to live in safety and security upheld, personally.
 
#17
Convicted of nothing, no evidence presented to a court, summarily found guilty by a government agency and ordered for deportation. Nothing in that sentence strikes you as sinister? Presumably you'll be happy when your door is smashed down at 5am because you've been found guilty by a secret court.
 
#18
llech said:
What I posted in the other thread on this,
To you Tory voters who hoped for Nirvanah,

Quote.
This is despite a Tory election promise that the Human Rights Act would be abolished.

The Home Secretary, Theresa May, said she would not be appealing against the ruling, handed down by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission.
I didn't vote for them, but I don't expect them to have every election promise carried out in a fortnight. He went to Eton not Hogwarts. I think they may be trying to figure everything out for a while yet.
 

BuggerAll

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#19
Sixty said:
Nulli_Boy said:
Disgraceful !
I agree. Not convicted of any charge or put on trial but branded a terrorist by an immigration court on the basis of secret evidence that the accused isn't allowed to see, in flagrant violation of centuries of legal process.

A disgrace indeed.
Its not a trial, its an immigration tribunal to determine whether their behavior is compatible with their status as guests in this country

Its a balance of probability issue. it is up to them to prove that they are worthy of staying here. They failed to do that.

Unfortunately because they have made themselves unpopular in their country of origin as things stand they cannot be deported to there. this is of course nonsense. They should have considered that before behaving in a way that has made them persona non grata here.

With regard to the Teresa May I suspect that she knows that as the law is at the moment it is not worth the time and money to pursue this. I hope they will change the law.

Immigrants coming to this county and staying here as guests should have to demonstrate that their behavior is compatible with their status as guests. If there is any doubt it should be up to them to prove to us that they are worthy of the privilege of being allowed to stay.
 

Sixty

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#20
BuggerAll said:
Sixty said:
Nulli_Boy said:
Disgraceful !
I agree. Not convicted of any charge or put on trial but branded a terrorist by an immigration court on the basis of secret evidence that the accused isn't allowed to see, in flagrant violation of centuries of legal process.

A disgrace indeed.
Its not a trial, its an immigration tribunal to determine whether their behavior is compatible with their status as guests in this country
I know. That's why I typed 'Not convicted of any charge or put on trial'.
 

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