U.K.: Ruling overturns Home Office decision barring Geert Wilders from the country
Good news, in an update on this story. "Dutch MP overturns UK entry ban," from BBCNews, October 13 (thanks to all who sent this in):
Far-right Dutch MP Geert Wilders has won an appeal against a Home Office decision barring his entry to the UK.
"Far-right": Media-speak for "frightens children, barks at other people's dogs, and makes Cratchit work on Christmas."
The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal ruling overturns a government decision that led to Mr Wilder being turned back at Heathrow in February.
The Freedom Party leader - who has been accused of Islamophobia - was due at a House of Lords' screening of his film linking the Koran to terrorism.
Then the Middle East, the Horn of Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Indonesia, and Malaysia are chock-full of Islamophobes.
The Home Office said it was disappointed at the new ruling.
Ridiculous mischaracterization and moral equivalence in 3... 2...
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