Seven face deportation after UK dawn raids
Thursday, September 15, 2005
The Home Secretary ordered the raids based on information provided by police and other security forces. Those seized may appeal against deportation, but are deemed a "threat to national security" by the Home Office. According to officials, those detained were done so using powers granted under the Immigration Act of 1971, not under the recently passed legislation aimed at removing radical muslim clerics from the country.
- "Seven held in security operation" — , September 15, 2005
- Michael Holden. "Foreigners held over security threat" — , September 15, 2005
- Robert Barr. "Seven Men Detained in Britain As Threats" — , September 15, 2005
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