Definition of 'deportation'
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As a result, arrested people who had no right to be in the UK were able to avoid deportation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)NEARLY 300 foreign lags have been kept in jail beyond their sentence to await deportation - costing taxpayers thousands of pounds. The Sun (2017)They must be left free while deportation proceedings take place. The Sun (2016)Illegal immigrants will also be barred from waging endless appeals to avoid deportation. The Sun (2016)The way to solve this is to keep them in prison whilst awaiting deportation. The Sun (2011)His asylum bid to avoid deportation should be heard within six months. The Sun (2015)He is determined to move on foreign prisoners who remain in jail awaiting deportation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Foreign prisoners can remain locked up in detention centres awaiting deportation after they serve their sentence. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Football grounds became holding pens for those awaiting deportation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)An important part of its context was that the management of the illness took place in detention pending likely deportation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They were detained under immigration laws pending deportation to Libya. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The board also criticised the delays in deporting foreign prisoners who have served their sentences but are kept in the jail awaiting deportation. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Tories are considering a complete withdrawal from the act, claiming it allows terror suspects to dodge deportation. The Sun (2013)There was not just a close link, but an inseparable link between the deportation proceedings and the bail proceedings. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Another option would be to remove the 500 foreign national prisoners who have completed their sentences but remain in jail pending deportation. Times, Sunday Times (2006)THOUSANDS of foreign criminals dodge deportation by playing the system, a minister has admitted. The Sun (2015)They destroyed any ID they had to avoid deportation then took jobs from our workers. The Sun (2012)He is now battling to avoid deportation to the US to face terror charges. The Sun (2009)Hundreds dodge deportation by claiming it will breach their'right' to a family life. The Sun (2012)Since 2005 he has cost taxpayers 1.7million as he used human rights laws to avoid deportation. The Sun (2013)He said there was now a'relatively low legal threshold' needed to avoid deportation. The Sun (2011)The agency would pursue foreigners sentenced to less than 12 months were there a court recommendation for deportation or were the offender already subject to deportation proceedings. Times, Sunday Times (2007)IT has always been a disgrace that so many foreign criminals dodge deportation because of their'right to a family life '. The Sun (2014)MORE than 100 foreign criminals and illegal immigrants have dodged deportation by using laws giving a right to family life, new figures show. The Sun (2011)
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