The happy ending for this family does not help the thousands of other UK-born children whose pardon might not have British citizenship

Had the appeal been entertained, it would have determined whether children born in the UK but without British citizenship count as “persons from abroad” for the purposes of section 185 of the Housing Act 1996.
— Read on www.freemovement.org.uk/case-on-housing-rights-of-uk-born-children-dismissed-as-academic/

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