May's bid to deport killer fails

Sep 14 2012 Home Secretary Theresa May's hopes of deporting an Italian father-of-five who hit his flat-mate over the head with a hammer then strangled him with the flex of an iron have been dashed by senior judges.
The Court of Appeal concluded that the 54-year-old man should not be deported because he did not pose a "sufficiently serious threat to public security".
Mrs May had challenged a similar earlier ruling by an Asylum and Immigration Tribunal.
Lord Justice Pill, Lord Justice Aikens and Lady Justice Rafferty dismissed her appeal after a hearing in London. The man was not... read more

 
14 September 2012 in Regional North West , Views: 5
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