PMQs: Theresa May asked to intervene in ‘Tartan Pimpernel’ citizenship row

PMQs: Theresa May asked to intervene in ‘Tartan Pimpernel’ citizenship row
 

A South African clergyman who has been embedded in the Fife community for years has been denied British citizenship following a “grave error”.
Church of Scotland minister Jan Steyn says immigration officials flouted their own rules to deny him the status because of his temporary move to France.
Theresa May said her new Home Secretary would look into the issue when it was raised by Stephen Gethins, the North East Fife MP, at Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday.
Rev Steyn, who moved to the kingdom with his wife Linda seven years ago, has followed the same path as the Second World hero the... read more

 
16 May 2018 in Politics, Views: 53
Source: The Courier
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