Should Shamima Begum be allowed back in the UK?

Earlier this week, Shamima Begum misplaced her problem over the choice to deprive her of British citizenship. The ruling means the 23-year-old stays barred from returning to the UK and caught in a camp in northern Syria.

She was 15 years previous when she travelled to affix the self-styled Islamic State group in 2015. In 2019, the then dwelling secretary Sajid Javid stripped her of her British citizenship, stopping her from returning dwelling to the UK.

The Particular Immigration Appeals Fee has dominated that call, taken after ministers obtained nationwide safety recommendation about Begum’s risk to the UK, had been lawful. Her legal professionals offered robust arguments she was a sufferer and have stated the case was “nowhere close to over” and the choice can be challenged.

Do the general public agree with the choice? Ought to she be allowed again?