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Shamima Begum stands next to an unidentified woman who is holding a baby, whom Begum identified as her child Jerah, in a TV interview published on February 20, 2019.

ISIS bride Shamima Begum’s family is trying to force Britain to accept her as a citizen

Britain started the process of revoking Begum's citizenship earlier this week, but it is open to legal challenge.
Shamima Begum in an interview with ITV News on Wednesday. She fled her home in east London for Syria four years ago, when she was 15.

Despite trying to strip her of citizenship, the UK could be forced to take back ISIS teen bride Shamima Begum after all

Under British law, the government can strip someone's nationality only if they are a citizen of another country. This doesn't apply to Shamima Begum.
Britain's Home Secretary Sajid Javid leaves Downing Street, London, Britain, December 18, 2018. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

The UK government announces plans to slash EU immigration after Brexit

The Home Office's white paper, unveiled by Home Secretary Sajid Javid, reveals the full extent of the government's plan to overhaul immigration.
(left to right) Ruth Davidson, Neil O'Brien MP, Douglas Ross MP, Kirsten Haire MP and Onward Director Will Tanner.

The Conservatives are ‘sleepwalking into opposition’ warns former Theresa May aide

Speaking exclusively to Business Insider, Theresa May's former Deputy Head of her Policy Unit Will Tanner said that the Conservatives were "sleepwalking into opposition" as centre-right thinkers have "run out of steam".
Anti-Brexit demonstrators wave EU and Union flags outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, January 30, 2018.

The EU is ‘deeply concerned’ by UK’s proposal to register EU citizens ‘alphabetically’

Registering EU citizens in alphabetical order would be 'complicated, arbitrary and could create unnecessary confusion and uncertainty for millions of EU citizens already living in limbo,' according to MEPs.
Theresa May

Theresa May considers plan to register 3 million EU citizens ‘alphabetically’ to cope with flood of applications

Exclusive: The Home Office is struggling to design a plan which can cope with the up to 3.6 million applications from EU citizens wishing to remain in the UK.
A man uses his mobile phone to film Boris Johnson speaking at a Vote Leave rally in Newcastle, Britain April 16, 2016.

Everything we know about how EU citizens can apply to remain in the UK after Brexit

The government on Thursday published details of the 'settled status' scheme which EU citizens in the UK will use to apply for permanent residency. The government intends to charge £65 per application and £32.50 for a child under 16. It said the fee is 'less than the price of a passport.'
Amber Rudd.

3 things you need to know about Amber Rudd’s resignation

This is what Amber Rudd's resignation as Home Secretary could mean for the department, Theresa May, and Brexit.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd.

The Brexit registration app for EU citizens won’t work on iPhones

iPhone owning-EU citizens seeking to apply for residency rights will have to "borrow" a friend's Android, a Home Office official reportedly suggested.

Theresa May told officials to ‘toughen up’ controversial ‘go home’ immigration vans

Exclusive: Former senior Home Office official rubbishes claims by May's former aide that the vans were approved without her knowledge while on holiday.