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  1. Saw this on lawyer, Harjap Bhangal’s show yesterday. it can apply even to adults born and lived all life in UK https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/opendemocracyuk/patels-citizenship-stripping-bill-would-accelerate-uk-race-to-the-bottom/ Amal De Chickera 26 November 2021, 3.19pm Patel’s citizenship-stripping bill would accelerate UK race to the bottom Britain already breaks international norms. The Home Office bid to remove citizenship without notice is a landmark on the path to authoritarianism…. Section 40 of the British Nationality Actsets out citizenship deprivation powers in a manner which, in essence, creates three tiers of British citizenship. The most secure, top tier, which cannot be taken away in any circumstances, is afforded to British-born citizens who have no other nationality. Less secure is the citizenship of those born British, or naturalised, who also have another nationality. Section 40 states that such people can be deprived of their citizenship without leaving them stateless, if the home secretary is satisfied that such a measure is “conducive to the public On the least secure, bottom tier are those naturalised as British citizens who have no other nationality. They can be stripped of their citizenship even if this results in their statelessness, if the home secretary believes on reasonable grounds that the person is able to become a citizen of another state…. Patel’s power grab It is in this context that Patel introduced a new clause to the already controversial Nationality and Borders Bill, which is presently at report stage in the House of Commons. If enacted, section 9 of the bill would empower the home secretary to deprive a British citizen of nationality without notice if she does not have the information needed to serve notice, deems it not reasonably practicable to do so, or believes it is in the interests of national security, relations with another state or otherwise in the public interest. This proposed amendment thus further relaxes the procedural obligations of the Home Office, which is required under current law to give written notice before depriving a British national of their citizenship (a 2018 amendmentallows the Home Office to serve notice to the person’s last known address if their whereabouts are unknown).
  2. As Guru Amar Das ji told us the person's own nature will ultimately punish them : http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/priti-patel-sacked-cabinet-theresa-may-israel-meetings-mislead-prime-minister-a8043211.html good riddance to HInduvta cronies
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