Surely, it was never intended to prevent the deportation of two people facing charges of double murder (Gopal’s older brother-in-law was also fatally wounded trying to save him) to a friendly Commonwealth country with a British-style judicial system. … [Read more...] about Why are this couple walking free in London when they’re wanted over the murder of their adopted son in India? Because Britain is worried about THEIR human rights
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Before we had our son two weeks ago, my wife and I had many conversations about what he should be called. I vetoed some options for very important reasons: someone who had annoyed me in 2006 shared that name; a member of the Kings of Leon was called that; the universe doesn't need another human being called Jack. In fact, I brought very little to the baby-naming table except the insistence that his surname revert to my full family name, Elangasinghe. Or, as the taxi driver on the way home from the hospital described it, "two syllables short of a spell in airport detention". That was a fun ride. … [Read more...] about My immigrant father shortened our family name in the 1970s to help us fit in