Geert Wilders is free to enter Britain
by Ed West
October 13, 2009
It's being reported that Dutch MP Geert Wilders has won his appeal against being banned from the UK. According to Radio Netherlands:
The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal in London has ruled that the British government was wrong to deny populist Dutch politician Geert Wilders entry to the United Kingdom. Mr Wilders planned to show his film Fitna to the British parliament. The government refused to allow him to enter the UK on the grounds that he represented a threat to public order. It is not clear whether the tribunal's decision means that Mr Wilders is now free to travel to the UK. The British government has not yet reacted to the ruling.
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