A head teacher who funded the £2,000 bail money for one of her “best students” to release her from an immigration centre is trying to prevent the teenager’s deportation to Mauritius amid claims she will be attacked on her return.Politically..? For her race or sexuality?
No. A simple crime, rather like those reported here every day:
The teenager came to the UK in 2012 with her mother and brother to escape alleged attempts at sexual assault from someone in her community back home.Unsurprisingly, this doesn’t qualify you for asylum (though I suspect a judge can be found who’d agree).
A statement from the school said that “to deport Yashika at any stage would cost the UK a valuable member of society.”I’ve no doubt, when you compare her to some of the natural-born citizens of Enfield, but that’s irrelevant.