Deaf boy who fled death threats in Iraq may be deported

The family of a six-year-old deaf boy who fled Iraq because of death threats from extremists have told ITV News Central they're devastated after being told they face being deported.

Lawand Hamad Amin has learned to use sign language at a special school in Derby.

Teachers there are amazed by his progress. His family is now worried that being forced to leave could have a big impact on his development and well being.

The Home Office says,