RAPAR: the Manchester-based Human Rights Organisation: LYDIA AND BERNARD MUST STAY CAMPAIGN
LAWYERS TO APPLY FOR INJUNCTION TO STOP DEPORTATION OF LYDIA BESONG AND BERNARD BATEY ON SATURDAY – DECISION ON CASE TAKEN THREE WEEKS AGO BUT COUPLE NOT TOLD UNTIL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th.
Veteran broadcaster Joan Bakewell and “Billy Elliot” creator Lee Hall join hundreds of supporters throughout the UK who have written protest letters to Home Secretary this week.
Lawyers for Cameroon playwright Lydia Besong and her husband Bernard Batey will seek an injunction tomorrow to stop the deportation of the couple from the UK on Saturday. Continue reading “UKBA fails to act in accordance with its own procedures: Lydia and Bernard”