London: In a bizarre case involving Britain's immigration laws, a 70-year-old academic born in British India and hailed as the symbol of national resilience after being a victim of the July 7, 2005 London attacks, is reported to be facing deportation.
John Tulloch, a prominent academic born in India in 1942, belongs to a family that served in colonial India for generations.
His father was a major in Gurkha Rifles while his great-grandfather was in the Indian Civil Service.
The Sunday Telegraph on Sunday reported that since he was born in colonial India, he was conferred a lesser form of British nationality known as a 'British subject without citizenship'....more
05:37 PM, Sep 02, 2012