Former attorney general Dominic Grieve
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Dominic Grieve on jihadist control measure complexities

David Cameron has said that people from the UK, who go abroad to fight with Islamic extremists, will only be allowed to return to Britain under certain conditions.

The government has outlined plans which would make it illegal for jihadists to come back for two years unless they agree to be closely supervised.

Critics fear the measures would effectively render UK citizens "stateless", banning them from Britain.

But the Conservative former attorney general Dominic Grieve says under international law that is not possible.

  • 14 Nov 2014
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