Criminal with unmarried parents avoids 'discriminatory' deportation

Criminal with unmarried parents avoids 'discriminatory' deportation
 

A man jailed for manslaughter has won his battle against deportation after judges ruled he was being discriminated against because his parents were unmarried.
Born to a Jamaican mother and British father, Eric Johnson, 31, moved to the UK from the Caribbean aged four.
The Home Office had been seeking to deport him as a "foreign criminal".
The Supreme Court ruled this was discriminatory, saying he would not be removed if has parents had married.
The deportation case came down to "an accident of birth" was the view of the five Supreme Court justices on Wednesday.
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19 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 42
Source: BBC
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