Home Secretary, please call off the attack on kidney patient Roseline Akhalu
In Parliament last week Greg Mulholland, the Liberal Democrat MP for Leeds North, challenged the Home Secretary over her relentless persecution of Roseline Akhalu, the kidney-transplant patient who, nobody disputes, will die horribly if she is returned to Nigeria. The latest news is bleak indeed. On 6 February Roseline’s lawyers learned that the Home Office had won permission to appeal against the ruling of an immigration judge late last year allowing Roseline Akhalu leave to remain in the UK.
The trials of Roseline Akhalu :
Roseline's support group on Facebook :
Petition to save Roseline :
According to Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theresa_May is an Anglican and attends church every Sunday. Her attitude is more reminiscent of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontius_Pilate .
China: Bloggers 'forced to drink tea' with police.
A person can be summoned for a tea talk for different reasons. Online opinion leaders, people who write about or host online platforms for political dissent, those who share sensitive information from unofficial channels, and signatories of online petitions are all frequently “forced to drink tea” with police. Opinion leaders are invited for tea on a regular basis, so that police may make sure that they are behaving “responsibly” in their role as opinion leaders...
https://twitter.com/MigRightsScot tweets :
#Britain cannot be open for business and closed to foreigners. m.ft.com/cms/s/0/63562e32-7b5e-11e2-8eed-00144feabdc0.html
(via Facebook) https://delicious.com/sandra.saleh.33 is starting to collate links related to EU free movement. Keeping an eye out!