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Rotherham Abusers Could Lose UK Citizenship

OWON: Damned right these filthy Pakistani Child rapists and scum, who forced 11 to 13 year old girls into prostitution, deserve the 20 to 30 year jail sentences, but all should now be castrated, their families deported immediately, and this filth deported at the end of their sentences. Instead of investing vast millions keeping this filth, they all need to be sent to a remote Scottish Island hard time jail. Hard wire fenced in, exposed to the elements daily, the cold, driving rain and snow, and hopefully all will long expire from climatic conditions, saving us funds, and removing them ever being free. 

We still have hundreds of cases in the process, most Muslim and Pakistani filth, where no one seems to dare to raise the questions of why no massive crackdown now. How many thousands of children's lives will be ruined? Why did Police and Social Services fail to act? Why are they not on trial? They knew and turned a blind eye. Disgusting! Time to name, shame and fire them with No Pensions. Some need jailing!
As culpable filth who did nothing!

Lawyers are now arguing about their human rights if we deport them. 

Where is my F ***ing Shambok??????

Rotherham Abusers Could Lose UK Citizenship

The Home Office considers using legal powers to deport ringleaders of sex abuse gangs in cases "conducive to the public good"

Sky News
By Jon Craig
26 February 2016

The ringleaders of the Rotherham sex abuse scandal could lose their UK citizenship and be deported at the end of their prison sentences.

Theresa May, the Home Secretary, is to broaden use of anti-terrorism powers following the conviction of Asian sex abuse gangs.

The legal powers, already being used against four ringleaders of another sex abuse scandal in Rochdale, can be used against criminals with dual nationality.

Earlier this week, brothers Arshid, Basharat and Bannaras Hussein were found guilty of a range of offences involving the sexual exploitation of teenage girls in Rotherham.

And now British-Pakistani members of the gang of six men and women from Rotherham, who were convicted on Wednesday of offences including rape, forced prostitution, indecent assault and false imprisonment, are expected to face action to strip them of their UK citizenship after they are sentenced.

Legal proceedings seeking their potential deportation to Pakistan could then follow.

Home Office sources could not confirm that the action will be taken, but admitted it is being looked at.

A Home Office spokesman told Sky News: "Citizenship is a privilege not a right.

"The Home Secretary can deprive an individual of their citizenship where it is believed it is conducive to the public good to do so."

According to Home Office sources, under section 40 of the British Nationality Act 1981, a person can be deprived of their citizenship either where they acquired it using fraud, false representation(s) or concealment of a material fact, or where the Secretary of State is satisfied that doing so is 'conducive to the public good'.

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