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Jim Brady
24th June 2013, 02:06 PM
I have'nt got the full story on this as I heard it on the computer from Radio Merseyside as I'm listening on wi-fi it does break up from time to time,maybe somebody can enlarge on it.An Australian guy swam in front of the boats at the uni boat race and basicly after having been dealt with for what you might say a foolish prank I believe that he is also tobe deported.He has an English wife or partner and a child I'm not quite sure but if he is tobe deported for the offence only of what he did at the boat race I find it ludicrous.Not long ago a Irinian knocked down and killed a litle girl,failed to stop,no licence,no insurance etc he could not be deported because he had a child here with some girl so it was against his human rights.What was the other one where the guy could not be deported because he had a pet cat so it was against his human rights to seperate him from his catIf this guy from oz is deported just for the boat race offence it just shows how we are bending over backwards not to offend other foreign nationals.
Regards.
Jim.B.

Ivan Cloherty
24th June 2013, 02:40 PM
You heard it right Jim, he is to be deported because he is considered to be a danger to the public at large and upset a lot of people who had travelled miles to see the race and according to the judge his deportation is what the public would want, I don't remember being asked. But it does show the world the farcical nation we have become and yes he does have a partner and child, he forgot to get a cat.

Tony Wilding
24th June 2013, 02:46 PM
the man is apparently in a very skilled job, a complete idiot in what he did, and showed no remorse, said he was not sorry, but it was just a stupid act, the penalty far too severe, when others have done worse and got away with it, that Theresa May has no idea, he is married and his wife expecting a baby, has never been a burden to state funds, just a very stupid man. i hope he appeals.

robpage
24th June 2013, 02:51 PM
Maybe he should convert to ***** , and ask for political asylum , in case he gets tortured when he gets home

Jim Brady
24th June 2013, 02:55 PM
Just read the story from The Sun newpaper he was against an elitist event he got 6 months gaol which said he was gobsmacked (my words) when the sentence was handed out.I dont know his partners status here but she has a veryy foreign name.
Regards.
Jim.B.

robpage
24th June 2013, 03:01 PM
What the guy did was stupid and dangerous to himself and others , he is not down for deportation , he is down to have his Visa revoked , as a man who has been sentenced for six months here he is undesirable , his argument against returning to Australia is he does not want to live on what her regards as Aboriginal's lands , so he does sound a little extreme to me . I just hope everyone who has been sentenced for six months or over gets sent back from where they came , if the law applies t one it should apply to all , doubt it some how though

cappy
24th June 2013, 03:14 PM
should have made him swim back a bloody smartass

robpage
24th June 2013, 04:23 PM
if he has come over here because he doesn't like Australia will we get the £10 back ?

Captain Kong
24th June 2013, 05:59 PM
Not long ago a Irinian knocked down and killed a litle girl,failed to stop,no licence,no insurance etc he could not be deported because he had a child here with some girl so it was against his human rights.What was the other one where the guy could not be deported because he had a pet cat so it was against his human rights to seperate him from his catIf this guy from oz is deported just for the boat race offence it just shows how we are bending over backwards not to offend other foreign nationals.
Regards.
Jim.B. .
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I remember that case. the ****** man who killed the little girl and got away with it as he had put an English girl in the family way. I think it was in Accrington Lancashire. He was an illegal immigrant, his car was uninsured. He had not passed a driving test, He also had a Police record as a criminal with several offenses of violence against him. The cat vase involved a South American from Peru or Chile, The cat would pine if he was deported.
This Nation is Run by the Insane for the Insane,.
I wrote several emails to my ****** MP and got no reply each time. They look after their own,
These people come here illegally, the first thing they is to get a daft English girl pregnant and they are safe.
Brian.

robpage
24th June 2013, 07:19 PM
From the BBC website The case of the cat deportation taleBy Dominic CascianiHome affairs correspondentTheresa May: "I am not making this up"Continue reading the main storyConservative conference 2011As it happened: Wednesday coverageFight through economic storm - PMEU changes 'years away' - HagueEU defence calls nonsense - FoxA claim by the Home Secretary that an illegal immigrant could not be deported because of his pet cat is wrong, according to England's top judges.Theresa May told the Conservative Party Conference that the ruling illustrated the problem with human rights laws.A spokesman for the Judicial Office said the man's pet had had nothing to do with the judgement allowing him to stay.Mrs May has since told the BBC that her speech had been checked for accuracy.Addressing party activists in Manchester, Mrs May attacked what she said were excessive uses of Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights - the right to family life.She said Article 8 had been used to prevent the removal of foreign national prisoners and illegal immigrants.She said: "We all know the stories... about the illegal immigrant who cannot be deported because, and I am not making this up, he had a pet cat."Within minutes, a spokesman for the Judicial Office at the Royal Courts of Justice, which issues statements on behalf of senior judges, said: "This was a case in which the Home Office conceded that they had mistakenly failed to apply their own policy - applying at that time to that appellant - for dealing with unmarried partners of people settled in the UK."That was the basis for the decision to uphold the original tribunal decision - the cat had nothing to do with the decision."Family lifeThe case in question occurred in 2008 at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal and involved a Bolivian student who had overstayed his visa. He said he should not be deported because he had a proper permanent relationship with his partner and should not be deported.Continue reading the main story“Start QuoteOne detail provided, amongst many, was that they had owned a cat together for some time”Barry O'LearySolicitorBarry O'Leary, the man's lawyer, said: "As part of [the] application and as part of the appeal, the couple gave detailed statements of the life they had built together in the United Kingdom to show the genuine nature and duration of their relationship."One detail provided, amongst many, was that they had owned a cat together for some time."The couple provided evidence of their life together, such as bank accounts, social engagements and statements from friends.The judge who dealt with the case at the first tier of the tribunal said: "I accept that the appellant and his unmarried partner have established family life. There is credible evidence to support this conclusions."Much later in his judgement, he referred to a legal argument over the fact that the couple had a cat and whether that had any relevance to proving family life."The evidence concerning the joint acquisition of Maya (the cat) by the appellant and his partner reinforces my conclusion on the strength and quality of the family life that appellant and his partner enjoy."So far so clear.But that judgement was superseded by a decision of the upper tier of the tribunal.That judgement at the upper tier, which allowed the man to stay, had nothing to do with the cat.Lawyers for the Bolivian man told the senior judge in the upper tier that the Home Office had in fact ignored its own immigration rules on unmarried couples who had been together at least two years.Those rules stated that an individual should not normally be deported if the relationship is clearly genuine and long-lasting .The upper tribunal ruled in the Bolivian's favour - and said the Home Office's failure to follow its own rule was the key factor in the case, not the cat.The lower court's findings automatically became immaterial because the case had been ultimately decided on entirely different legal grounds.Mr O'Leary told the BBC the case has been repeatedly misrepresented in the press because a light-hearted remark by Senior Immigration Judge Gleeson was taken out of context.The cat had become a moment of unintentional humour throughout the hearings - and the judge quipped that the cat "need no longer fear having to adapt to Bolivian mice".In my Humble opinion , if you sneak in the back door like a burglar you forfeit all your rights and should take the silly English Girl back to where you came from

happy daze john in oz
25th June 2013, 06:22 AM
Heard this on our radio today from the British overseas corespondent. The guy claime he is against elitism yet has been to the best schools, had a good elitist type job. Not married to the lady who is expecting a child by him.
He is down to be deported, yet the Islamic horror the gov wants to evict has the right, under EU protection, to stay. Something very wrong here.

But years ago people were sent to Oz as punishment, when some left here we did not expect to get them back. Penal colony servitude for offences against the law no longer apply, SO WE DO NOT WANT HIM BACK. Sorry lads did not mean to shout.