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Nigerian rapist fights to remain: Eight-year journey to European Court
A Nigerian rapist cannot be deported from Britain because a legal fight to remove him took so long he has developed a “life” here, European judges ruled. Here is how events unfolded.October 1986: Akindoyin Akinshipe born in Nigeria.
5 September 2000: At the age of 13, he arrives in the UK together with his two sisters to join their mother, who had resided for four years in the United Kingdom and was working as a nurse. The applicant has not seen his father since 1991,
27 September 2002: At the age of 15, he is convicted of the rape of a 13 year-old girl. He is jailed for four years in a young offender institution.
7 July 2003: While still in detention, the Home Office granted him Indefinite Leave to Remain in the United Kingdom following the grant of Indefinite Leave to Remain to his mother.
8 September 2003: The Home Office realises the blunder and warn him he now faces deportation.
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27 July 2004: While still in detention, he is formally served with a deportation order. He immediately appeals.
16 August 2004: He is released from custody.
12 August 2005: The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (“the AIT”) allowed the applicant’s appeal against the deportation order on the basis that the discretion to make the deportation order had not been exercised fairly and proportionately.
22 August 2005: The Home Secretary applied to the AIT for reconsideration of the decision which was granted three days later.
September 2005: Akinshipe commenced a university undergraduate degree in economics, banking and finance. He lived with friends during term-time but continued to regard his mother’s address as his permanent residence.
17 January 2007: A panel of the AIT unanimously concluded that there had been a clear material error in the approach of the Immigration Judge and quashed his decision. It adjourned the matter for reconsideration on all issues.
13 April 2007: The AIT rule he can be deported.
August 2007: David Cameron, in Opposition, calls for the Human Rights Act to be scrapped after it emerged the Italian born killer of head teacher Philip Lawrence cannot be deported.
25 January 2008: The Court of Appeal refuses him permission to appeal.
July 2008: He completes his undergraduate degree, gains a Masters the following year and gets a job with a local authority in April 2010.
December 2008: David Cameron promises to replace the Human Rights Act with a British Bill of Rights if elected as he warns the traditional "fabric'' of British rights were being undermined.
May 2010: Coalition Government announce plans to create a commission to consider a Bill of Rights, effectively delaying any immediate action on human rights laws.
November 2010: David Cameron said he felt “physically sick” by a ruling of the European Court that a blanket ban on prisoner voting was unlawful.
July 2011: Theresa May, the Home Secretary announces officials are to re-examine the definition of Article 8, the right to family and private life, to curb its use by foreign criminals.
20 September 2011: European Court of Human Rights rules deporting Akinshipe now would breach his right to a family and private life.

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