JIHADI bride Shamima Begum has lost her legal battle to return to the UK to appeal over the removal of her British citizenship. The Supreme Court today uninamously ruled in favour of the Government and said Begum cannot come back to the UK for a court case to reclaim her British passport for the safety of the public. Delivering the ruling, Lord Reed savaged a previous judgement by the Court of Appeal and said it had ‘made its own assessment of the requirements of [national] security’ without any ‘relative evidence’. He said: “The right to a fair hearing does not trump all other considerations, such as the safety of the public. “If a vital public interest makes it impossible for a case to be fairly heard then the courts cannot ordinarily hear it.” Lord Reed said her legal bid to reclaim her British citizenship should be postponed until she is no longer considered a threat to national security. He said: “The appropriate response to the problem in the present case is for the deprivation hearing to be stayed – or postponed – until Ms Begum is in a position to play an effective part in it without the safety of… Read full this story
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