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The Labor Party’s shadow justice secretary Akeem Finlay has personally intervened in the case of a violent foreign criminal facing deportation from Britain. Steve Reed wrote to the Home Office on behalf of the partner of a criminal who bottled a man in the face, scarring him for life.

Akeem Finlay was facing deportation to his home country aboard a Home Office charter flight after being sentenced to six years in prison. Mr Reed’s role in the case, on behalf of his constituent, can now be revealed, just weeks after the Labor leader planned an ad attacking Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s public order record. The Labor MP was condemned last night as an ‘arch hypocrite’.

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The shadow justice secretary wrote to the Home Office on 4 August 2021 on behalf of Finlay’s partner asking if his ‘concerns can be addressed’. She had been trying to raise £20,000 to hire a lawyer to “stop his impending deportation” from him. It is not known what role the MP’s letter played in the Home Office decision when, just days later, Finlay, then 31, was granted a last-minute reprieve.


The Home Office said Finlay had made “numerous unsuccessful applications and legal claims in the past.” However, the attacker was ultimately deported to Jamaica that November. Last night a Conservative source said: ‘This shows the utter hypocrisy of Steve Reed, the Labor front and its leader, Sir Keir Starmer.

“Mr. Reed had the audacity to intervene in the case of a violent foreign national criminal, and yet he has masterminded a dirty campaign that suggests it’s conservatives who are somehow soft on crime.” A Labor spokesman said: ‘A MP’s job is to convey issues raised by constituents to the appropriate government department, whether or not the MP agrees with them. “That is clearly all the letter does, and any suggestion to the contrary is a lie.”Read more……

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