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In the first week of April 2012 Ms Theresa May the Home Secretary said that immigration rules would be changed this summer to ensure that article 8 ECHR “right of private and family life” can only be applied to avoid deportation in very “rare and exceptional cases”.
The U.K’s most senior immigration judge has delivered a ruling in a landmark case which appears to reinforce human rights of migrants facing deportation from the UK.
On the morning of Tuesday, 17 April 2012 immigration officers from the UK Border Agency arrested Abu Qatada who told him that the British government was resuming the deportation process to deport him back to Jordan. The Home Secretary Theresa May has written a letter to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) stating that she can now meet the human rights objections to Mr Qatada’s deportation having secured assurances from the authorities in Jordan regarding his treatment upon his return.
The Supreme Court has recently allowed three appeals against the Home Secretary Theresa May’s decision to deport suspected Algerian terrorists to stay in UK.
The Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) allowed one of the Algerian nationals to call a witness to give evidence and this was unanimously agreed by the Supreme Court. The Home Secretary considered the testimony of witness evidence to potentially reveal information on terror threats.