The British government has failed to deport nearly 50 foreign Islamic terrorists after they were released from prison, a report from a foreign policy think tank has found.
Analysis of Home Office and Crown Prosecution Service records by the Henry Jackson Society has revealed that over the past twenty years, some 45 terrorists have been able to remain in the UK after their release from prison.
The findings of the report, which were partially published in The Telegraph, also reveal that ten of the convicts were jailed for non-terror related crimes that should have triggered their removal from the country.
The failure to deport one such terrorist resulted in the tragic death of three men in Reading over the summer, as Khairi Saadallah went on a murderous rampage with a knife. The Lybian-born terrorist was previously convicted 11 times, yet because of human rights fears, the UK currently does not