A timeline showing how the government uses the controversial power.
Statelessness is ‘beloved of the world’s worst regimes’, peers have warned.
Bureau’s FOI request about Syrian fighters denied on national security grounds.
At least 41 people killed in three separate attacks in Yemen.
Report uses Bureau’s data as part of call for increased scrutiny of drones in Pakistan.
Peers vote for greater scrutiny on Theresa May’s Immigration Bill clause.
Special rapporteur says proposals would leave ex-citizens ‘especially vulnerable’.
A man who has lost his citizenship speaks for the first time.
MPs from all three main parties voice concerns on controversial clause.
‘There is potential here for damage to the UK’s international relations’, expert warns.
New powers runs ‘very great risk’ of breaching international obligations, committee says.
At least fifteen citizenship stripping orders were issued while suspects out of the country.
Bureau analysis finds US drone strikes disrupted peace talks four times in 2013.
Lib Dems back last-minute amendment to Bill that will dramatically expand powers of ‘medieval exile’.
UK fighters returning from Syria increase scrutiny of Home Office use of immigration powers.
Israel encourages Sudanese migrants to leave, but dangers await them at home.