‘He simply wouldn’t be able to understand’: Grandparents caring for autistic teenager threatened with deportation to Iran
The Home Office is attempting to deport an elderly couple to Iran, despite having built a life in the UK for over 40 years and acting as co-parents to a grandchild requiring care
'The human cost of this is impossible to describe': Kweku Adoboli speaks out after deportation
The former City trader’s lawyer has refuted the home secretary’s claim that he has no discretion over Adoboli’s deportation order
KWEKU ADOBOLI, the former UBS banker convicted in 2012 for fraud following his involvement in what has been described as “the largest trading loss in the British banking history,” has spoken publicly for the first time since his deportation to Ghana by British authorities, describing the “violence and draconian policy” of the UK’s criminal justice system and immigration policy.
Campaigners call for urgent intervention as former banker Kweku Adoboli is transported to London for deportation
'Rogue trader' Kweku Adoboli was jailed after he lost a Swiss bank £1bn, but since his release, he has worked to reform the banking system
JAILED banker turned reform campaigner is facing imminent threat of deportation after being transported from Scotland to Colnbrook Removal Centre near Heathrow, supporters have announced.
#KeepKweku: Former jailed banker Kweku Adoboli taken to Dungavel detention centre ahead of deportation
Adoboli had been public since his release with his criticisms of the high-risk culture in the banking world and a system “designed to protect the senior guys”
KWEKU ADOBOLI, who was jailed for banking fraud in 2012, faces imminent deportation to Ghana, after being taken to Dungavel detention centre yesterday [3 September].
Campaigners fighting for his release say the detention comes despite ongoing legal and political representations on Adoboli’s behalf by his lawyers and his local MP, Hanna Bardell.
'What happened at the bank had nothing to do with my nationality': former jailed banker Kweku Adoboli on his fight against imminent deportation
Facing the possibility that his deportation could begin at any moment, the former banker at UBS jailed in 2012 for fraud talks to CommonSpace about the motivations behind the ‘hostile environment’ policy and how our society is driven by ‘extractive capitalism’
KWEKU ADOBOLI, the former banker at UBS who was convicted in 2012 for fraud, could potentially be picked up at any moment and transported to a detention centre ahead of his potential deportation to Ghana, the nation of his birth.
MP of Edinburgh resident given temporary reprieve from deportation blames Home Office ‘incompetence and callousness’ for her situation
Sheppard: “My constituent Comfort is just the latest person to fall foul of the incompetence and callousness which seems to be widespread in the Home Office.”
A WOMAN in Dungavel detention centre has been given temporary reprieve from deportation to Ghana after the intervention of her MP, who says the Home Office reversal is just the latest case of “incompetence and callousness” in its detention and removal system for those seeking citizenship in the UK.
Comfort Otiwaa Dwamena has been in the UK since 2005 and lives in Edinburgh.
Celebrations as human trafficking victim on verge of London deportation flight returns to Glasgow
Kim Long: “Today is an incredible story of Glaswegians coming together to bring Duc home”
CAMPAIGNERS held a celebration to welcome Duc Kein back to Glasgow, after the human trafficking victim was released on bail and allowed to return to the city that has become his home.
#DucMakesGlasgow: Thousands oppose 'outrageous' bid to deport human trafficking victim
Glasgow Unity Centre has launched an urgent appeal to save a man who was trafficked into the UK and forced to work on an illegal cannabis farm
THOUSANDS have backed a campaign to prevent a Vietnamese man from being deported, despite the UK Government recognising he is in the UK due to being a victim of human trafficking.