Dozens of British terrorists escaped deportation thanks to a loophole in the laws

Loopholes in the UK laws have allowed more than 40 foreign terrorists to remain in the country, avoiding deportation. On Saturday, June 24, reports the Telegraph citing an unpublished report of the Ministry of internal Affairs of great Britain.

The newspaper writes that the British government was faced with “insurmountable challenges” in trying to deport convicted of terrorism foreigners, which led to attacks on the territory of the country.

The publication indicates that the British laws on human rights are allowed to deport terrorism suspects only in the case if you know in your own country against them would not be tortured. This system is called “Deportation with assurances”. As noted, thanks to the lawyers of the suspects were able to prevent the sending of foreigners suspected of terrorism to their home countries.

The evening of June 3, three men made a car hitting pedestrians in the area of London bridge, and then drove to borough market, where he got out of the car and with knives attacked passers-by. The terrorists were liquidated by the police. As a result of attacks killed at least eight people, another 48 were injured.

May 22, near the stadium in Manchester, which hosted the concert of the singer Ariana Grande explosion. Victims of the attack were 22 people, about 120 were injured. According to preliminary data, by the attack was linked to the extremist group “al-Qaeda” (banned in Russia).

March 22 in London a native of South-East England Adrian Russell Ago, changed his name to Khalid Masud, while driving the car, pointed it at pedestrians on Westminster bridge, knocked down several people and drove to the Parliament building. There car was stopped by police. The offender stabbed him with a knife, then was shot by another guard. Five people were killed.