Jeremy Corbyn : Shamima Begum Has Right to Return to UK - TNBC UK

UK teenager Shamima Begum had left the UK once for joining to the Islamic State group in Syria in an age of 15 years and according to the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told she has “ right to return to Britain”.

The diplomatic move on the citizenship issue of UK teenager has taken by Home Secretary Sajid Javid which has been described as “extreme” by Mr. Corbyn. The opposition leader professed his opinion positively that the 19 years immature teenage girl should return to her own country in Britain to face questioning episode. Shamima Begum told in a tele interview that she is willing for change and begged mercy from the British politician. The UK national authority was only capable to retract the citizenship right if the individuals are eligible for the citizenship elsewhere. It is expected that as Shamima Begum has a Bangladeshi origin from her mother’s side she could be a Bangladeshi citizen.

In a response to this citizenship issue, the Foreign Ministry of Bangladesh ensured that the UK IS teenage will not be considered as Bangladeshi and there is no chance to allow her in the country. The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn who is recently in Brussels for discussing his Brexit proposals told, “She obviously has, in my view, a right to return to Britain. On that return, she must obviously face a lot of questions about everything she has done and at that point, any action may or may not be taken. But I think the idea of stripping somebody of their citizenship when they were born in Britain is a very extreme maneuver indeed. Indeed, I questioned the right of the home secretary to have these powers when the original law was brought in by Theresa May when she was home secretary.”

Home Secretary Mr. Javid defended the move, which followed a controversy over whether the teenager should be able to come back to the UK despite the UK IS teen was found in a refugee camp in Syria. She was never looked for as an IS “POSTER GIRL” and now desired to back with her child in the UK.

The Home Secretary told he would not leave an individual unrecognized citizen as it is illegal under the international law.


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