7/7 survivor John Tulloch's battle to stay in UK


A professor who was injured in the London 7/7 bombings says he fears he might lose his right to stay in the UK.

Prof John Tulloch, who lives in the Vale of Glamorgan, once held a British passport and has spent most of his life living and working in the UK.

But now semi-retired, he said he had been told he was no longer entitled to remain in the UK indefinitely.

The India-born academic, now an Australian citizen, believes he should be entitled to a UK passport but the UK Border Agency questions this.

"It is the responsibility of an individual to check that they will not lose a previously acquired nationality or citizenship on acquiring an additional one," said a spokesman.

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