DEPORTATION OF MAN WHO FLED TO UK AS CHILD HALTED

HOME OFFICE OFFICIALS HAVE BEEN TRYING TO PERSUADE THEIR FOREIGN OFFICE FCO COLLEAGUES TO SAY PUBLICLY THAT IT IS SAFE TO RETURN PEOPLE TO THE DRC.

THE HOME OFFICE REMOVES VERY FEW PEOPLE TO THE DRC - THERE WERE JUST 46 FORCED REMOVALS IN THE PAST THREE YEARS.

The Human Rights Watch 2019 world report noted serious human rights violations against opposition supporters, peaceful protesters and human rights activists.
Home Office officials have been trying to persuade their Foreign Office (FCO) colleagues to say publicly that it is safe to return people to the DRC.
The Home Office removes very few people to the DRC - there were just 46 forced removals in the past three years.

A man who has lived in the UK since childhood and was due to be deported on Saturday on a 6.55pm flight to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, a country with one of the worst human rights records in the world, has been...

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