"On that return she must obviously face a lot of questions about everything she has done and at that point any action may or may not be taken.
"But I think the idea of stripping somebody of their citizenship when they were born in Britain is a very extreme manoeuvre indeed.
"Indeed, I questioned the right of the home secretary to have these powers when the original law was brought in by Theresa May when she was home secretary.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn sides with a terrorist - what's new?!
sFeb 19If the rights of this British citizen are at the disposal of populist politicians,
only one question remains:-
A Fifteen year old was some how influenced to join two friends ( who are now dead) to go and join a murderous cult and the British government do not take responsibility for her actions.
Much has been made of Ms Begum's apparent lack of remorse , but perhaps we should take into account her current circumstances , where she is in a refugee camp sou rounded by possible ISIS supporters .
Indeed the first act of the UK government should have been to move her to a safe space , so that she is not at the mercy of fanatics.
The opportunity to bring Ms Bergum back and after being interviewed and possible prosecuted , should be taken to explain to others the consequences of listening to extremist speakers.
As this Tweet states
Shamima Begum is our responsibility we cannot walk away from it . Indeed we should look at ways to deradiclise her and others.
This is not the case of forgiving Shamima Begum or any others who went to join ISSIS no matter how young.
But if we want to stop it in the future then we should not resort to crude racism as we have seen from part of the UK Media , Politicians and its Citizens,