If there was any doubt about how the government views our rights, this comment in the Independent Newspaper says it all

“The Home Office said the couple would not face “very significant difficulties” continuing their family life together outside the UK in Sri Lanka, and that any infringement of their right to family life “would be justified and proportionate in the pursuit of maintaining effective immigration control”.”

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