A-level student deported to Mauritius: I am all alone

An A-level student deported back to Mauritius last night has told ITV News she is alone in the country that her family fled in 2011. Yashika Bageerathi was flown back despite pleading with ministers to let her stay until after her exams.

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Minister: No reason to intervene in Yashika case

Immigration Minister James Brokenshire wrote to Yashika Bageerathi's local MP David Burrowes outlining the reasons he could not intervene to enable her to stay in the UK to finish her A-levels.

The letter, across three pages, details how Yashika's case was decided, and the factors that prompted the court's decision. Mr Brokenshire says he has personally reviewed the case again and said he "did not consider it appropriate to intervene in this case".

Home Office letter

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