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PorcupineorPineapple
16 Jul 20 14:05
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Unfortunately, she is our problem and we need to deal with her. Hopefully she is tried for the crimes, though I'd imagine evidence will be hard to come by. One thing I'd maintain though: I wouldn't waste a bead of sweat in getting her back. She is allowed but will need to make her way to our Turkish Embassy or whatever to arrange it, don't be sending in troops or other staff to shepherd her home.

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By:
darren_discombobulates_sports
When: 16 Jul 20 15:25
not making any excuses for her, but a) she was a child, the age group in which you are most likely to be vulnerable/easily influenced and b) she doesn't seem very bright when she talks, meaning she was probably very easy to influence, the Tories basically used the situation to their advantage pre general election by looking strong and, well er, conservative, knowing it would lead to this situation late on, basically they've played a blinder and don't really care whether she comes back or not, in the eyes of Joe Public they done their best.

Not sure why she would want to come back even if family are here, will affect her for the rest of her life, stigmatised, employability etc, better off starting anew somewhere where publicity of her case was bare minimal.
By:
saddo
When: 16 Jul 20 15:51
I would like to wish her all the worst. Enough people here with her mindset already.
By:
peckerdunne
When: 16 Jul 20 16:01
No you need to protect the young from the nutters, she might now be able to stem the tide if she has matured and become enlightened in the traditional way...s..
By:
markzzz
When: 16 Jul 20 16:16
Does anybody know who is paying her legal bills? Only two possibilities I can see, either the lawyers are doing it pro bono (why?) or the British taxpayer is paying (why?).
By:
flushgordon1
When: 16 Jul 20 16:18
It is the first responsibility of government in a democratic society to protect and safeguard the lives of its citizens. That is where the public interest lies. It is essential to the preservation of democracy, and it is the duty of the court to do all it can to respect and uphold that principle.
By:
markzzz
When: 16 Jul 20 16:22
Flush, she isn't a British citizen, that privilege was removed from her. So why should we pay?

Apparently it is on legal aid and has cost £30k so far
By:
nineteen points
When: 16 Jul 20 16:26
wow, some interesting thoughts from you lads
By:
markzzz
When: 16 Jul 20 16:28
19 points, very diplomatic comment. Happy.

Can't say I blame you though, commenting on this is like playing hop-scotch in a minefield.
By:
salmon spray
When: 16 Jul 20 16:36
She will show she is now a responsible citizen by wearing a face covering at all times.
By:
flushgordon1
When: 16 Jul 20 16:39
15 year old not responsible for joining Isis.
12 year old responsible for racist twatter.
10 year old require gender reassignment.

Nope let's leave this to Chas and Dave.
By:
nineteen points
When: 16 Jul 20 17:17
hop carefully markzzz
By:
Akak
When: 16 Jul 20 20:00
New identity, and a brand new council house?
By:
akabula
When: 16 Jul 20 21:11
Haven't paid much attention to this but didn't the government appeal this thus putting her return on hold?
By:
sally skindivers
When: 16 Jul 20 22:05
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By:
sally skindivers
When: 16 Jul 20 22:06
why was my post removed ,I cant remember what I said , Porcupine didn't start this thread I did.
By:
sally skindivers
When: 16 Jul 20 22:11
seems there are very underhanded people on here who report threads none stop ,sad individuals

with probably no other interest in life other than posting on here .

I have seen 5 or 6 such threads all by different users when the first post has been removed .

In reply to porcupine I would leave her where she is ,must be serious amounts of money already

spent ,can only be tax payers money , I thought she was a dual national .
By:
PorcupineorPineapple
When: 17 Jul 20 10:35
Hop it Sally. This is my thread now.
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 17 Jul 20 13:39
In reply to porcupine I would leave her where she is ,must be serious amounts of money already

spent ,can only be tax payers money , I thought she was a dual national .


That's half the problem. Too many people don't know what they are talking about.
By:
tobermory
When: 17 Jul 20 16:29
The Government should not be able to remove citizenship from her. If they can do that then they can remove it from anyone.

Should bring her back and charge her with joining a terrorist group or whatever.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 17 Jul 20 17:08
I find it odd, given reports of what she is supposed to have done, that
she is not up on trial already.

I guess the witnesses are long gone. Perhaps.

Coming back to UK to attempt to regain her citizenship must be a desperate
decision.

As she was just a kid when electing to leave UK I suppose they
will treat her with more compassion than she has ever shown.

I guess that's her hope,...
By:
sally skindivers
When: 17 Jul 20 21:39
She is Bangladeshi citizen by descent ,But they blocked any move of her going there ,

seems she was only interested in returning here .
By:
peckerdunne
When: 17 Jul 20 21:47
No she's not
By:
sally skindivers
When: 17 Jul 20 21:54
Her mother is from bangladesh how can she not be a citizen ?
By:
politicspunter
When: 17 Jul 20 21:55
Trumps mother is from Scotland but he isn't Scottish.
By:
sally skindivers
When: 17 Jul 20 21:58
My grandfather was Irish , I am sure I can  become an Irish citizen ?

Or is it different rules for different countries.
By:
sally skindivers
When: 17 Jul 20 22:00
Many people using the back door to get Irish passports post brexit .
By:
PorcupineorPineapple
When: 17 Jul 20 22:09
She may be able to apply for Bangladeshi citizenship, though I suspect they may not look on her request favourably. She's British. The government know this and are just playing to the gallery. Just accept it and work on gathering evidence for her trial.
By:
nineteen points
When: 18 Jul 20 10:22
Laugh sally that seems such an easy way to get it and pleasurable for some. any idea who i see to perform this task?Mischief
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