Heam whilst I agree with you I don't think anyone has overlooked it. Some agree with that sentiment, some just don't care about the legality or responsability, or believe the government were correct because she may be considered a danger to national security. Take your pick which.I’m quite surprised that people seem to be overlooking what I’d consider the main issue.
Which is the UK deciding to wash our hands off her and simply leaving others to the deal with her”.
I understand people wouldn’t want her living next door to them or sat next to her on a bus, but I’d imagine many of the people in other countries also feel the same.
We have thousands of people held in deportation centres throughout the UK full of people who have committed crimes in the UK, therefore we have understandably decided that they are no longer welcome in our country and must return to their home nation.
Whereas when one of our own has committed crimes abroad we have simply rescinded her citizenship effectively saying “ you’ll have to deal with her, we’re not having her back”.
Imagine the uproar if whenever foreigners committed crimes in the UK their home countries rescinded their citizenship and we were left to deal with them for the rest of their days.
IMO it’s a sh1thouse decision and cnuts trick to wash our hands of her and leave others to deal with her!