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AbbeyOx

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I’m sure if ISIS hadn’t turned to s**t she would be quite happy to stay where she is.

She backed the wrong horse... tough.
definitely. too many people nowadays won’t take responsibility for their own actions and expect others to bail them out
 

Anthomic

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If she comes back it is unlikely that she will ever work and the state i,e, the taxpayer will have to keep her for the rest of her life. And it is likely that that she will claim the right to family life and demand that her husband is allowed in as well.
 

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If she comes back it is unlikely that she will ever work and the state i,e, the taxpayer will have to keep her for the rest of her life. And it is likely that that she will claim the right to family life and demand that her husband is allowed in as well.
How have you assessed the likelihood of these events?
 

Anthomic

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If she comes back who will employ her? If we take her back she will think that she can get away with anything so thanks to the EU she has the right to family life.
 

Gary Baldi

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Can you imagine asking her what her job experience has been since she left school in an interview?
 

cassox

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Hopefully she will go the way of her offspring thru disease or execution......the latter preferred
 

Marked Ox

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I have no problem with this.

Best summed up by somebody else on another forum:

"Look, we either offer people a fair trial or we just forego it for everyone and stop any pretense of being a democratic country. You are allowed to be completely repulsed by her and her behaviour, and simultaneously think she has the right to representation."
 

Pete Burrett

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I have no problem with this.

Best summed up by somebody else on another forum:

"Look, we either offer people a fair trial or we just forego it for everyone and stop any pretense of being a democratic country. You are allowed to be completely repulsed by her and her behaviour, and simultaneously think she has the right to representation."
Quite. Everyone has the right to a fair trial, and that includes appeals. I wonder how many people who are screaming about democracy in the context of the Brexit referendum suspend their desire for democracy in cases like this?
 

Essexyellows

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I have no problem with this.

Best summed up by somebody else on another forum:

"Look, we either offer people a fair trial or we just forego it for everyone and stop any pretense of being a democratic country. You are allowed to be completely repulsed by her and her behaviour, and simultaneously think she has the right to representation."
Trial? Nope... just leave her in the shithole country she CHOSE to go to. And lets not forget the reason why.
 

Essexyellows

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Quite. Everyone has the right to a fair trial, and that includes appeals. I wonder how many people who are screaming about democracy in the context of the Brexit referendum suspend their desire for democracy in cases like this?
Nothing to do with democracy. It was her life choice to go. We don`t want her back, she stays out there.
 
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