New figures show the extent to which the Home Secretary has used controversial powers allowed her to strip a person of citizenship without prior approval from a judge or parliament.
The man, known only as L2 for legal reasons, was deemed such a national security threat by Home Secretary Theresa May that she personally signed an order removing his British nationality in 2013.
The Home Office today hit out at a court ruling that has blocked Britain from deporting six terror suspects to Algeria, saying “continue to seek to remove those who wish to do harm."
Six men accused of having links to al Qaeda cannot be deported to Algeria because there is a “real risk” they would be tortured, UK judges ruled today.
Hashi was yesterday sentenced to nine years in prison at a New York court for allegedly supporting the terrorist organisation al Shabaab.
The 27 year old, known only as M2, had his British citizenship stripped by Theresa May in 2014 after being tracked by MI5.
Britain’s security services apparently provided Theresa May with bad intelligence as the basis for banning two al Qaeda suspects from returning to the UK.
The latest appeal of six Algerian terror suspects fighting against Home Office deportation orders.
Counter terrorism officers pin Rizwan Sharif to the ground outside Liverpool John Moores University in 2009 Two Pakistani men alleged to have been part of an al Qaeda plot to blow up Manchester’s Arnd...
Home Secretary Theresa May (Photo: Tolga Akmen/Anadolu Agency/Getty) An Afghan granted British nationality just four years ago has been stripped of his citizenship by Theresa May over alleged links to...
Photo of Scales of Justice, by Michael Grimes A man who has spent years in prison on terror-related offences was due to walk free today after he defeated a court bid by Theresa May to keep him jailed...
US Department of Justice handout – Minh Quang Pham The seven justices of the Supreme Court today unanimously dismissed the appeal of a Vietnam-born man who was stripped of his British citizenship in 2...
Minh Quang Pham is accused of conspiring with American al Qaeda propagandist Anwar al Awlaki.
Former-UK terror suspect losses his bid to regain his British citizenship
Man was stripped of his UK citizenship just weeks before being secretly imprisoned and interrogated in east Africa.
The government has removed the citizenship of 37 individuals since January 2013.
Case at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission raises concerns about proposed temporary exclusion orders.
The key findings in the Bureau’s citizenship stripping investigation.
After fighting the removal of his citizenship for three years, Minh Pham’s case is heard by highest court.