The Tribunal Has Ruled: Geert Wilders May Enter the UK
by Baron Bodissey
Gates of Vienna
October 13, 2009
I got back in the wee hours of this morning, and am just now getting to the mound of email that accumulated in my absence. Then there are all the other tasks that await me, so I won't be up to full speed here for a while just yet.
However, here's a press release that just came in from the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands:
Victory for freedom of speech
Dutch MP Geert Wilders wins case against UK government
Last February Mr. Wilders MP, chairman of the Dutch Freedom Party, was invited by Lord Pearson and Baroness Cox (Members of the House of Lords) to show his movie 'Fitna' in the British parliament.
Upon his arrival at Heathrow airport he was denied entry into the United Kingdom by the UK Secretary of State on grounds that his statements and beliefs would threaten community harmony and therefore public security in the UK.
Today the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal ruled that the decision of the Secretary of State was unjust.
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Related Topics: Geert Wilders, Lawfare in the United Kingdom
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