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Re: All about Muslims (in the wake of terrorist attacks in Europe)

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Six of the eight major plots in Britain, 75 per cent, contained individual members who had trained in Pakistan and four of the leaders of those plots were directly linked to one or more Pakistani based terrorist groups.


Even if 10% of the Islamists could be deported it would make a big difference.
As Sandgrounder has said, this is massively out of date, and I'm afraid that your thinking on the matter is out of date. This was tackled in 2014 and again in 2016.

This is where the UK is currently on the matter of stripping citizenship, thereby making a person stateless...

2014
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MPs and peers have raised significant concerns over Theresa May's proposed new power to render naturalised British citizens stateless if their behaviour "seriously prejudices" the national interest.
A report by parliament's joint committee on human rights says there is a "very great risk of breaching the UK's international obligations" if the new power is used to prevent a naturalised British citizen returning to the UK from overseas.
https://www.theguardian.com/law/2014...ee-theresa-may

2016
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by DAVID ANDERSON Q.C.
Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation
Presented to Parliament pursuant to section 40B(5) of the British Nationality Act 1981

http://statewatch.org/news/2016/may/...telessness.pdf
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