U.K. terror suspects may lose citizenship

Jan 30, 2014, 4:39 AM EST
Protestors gather outside the U.K. Border Agency to demonstrate against the home office Go Home campaign on September 9, 2013 in Glasgow, Scotland.
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The amendment to the Immigration Bill could see naturalised citizens whose conduct is deemed "seriously prejudicial" lose their nationality. People with dual nationality can already lose their British passports. It comes as the government faces backbench rebellions over the rights of foreign criminals and Romanian and Bulgarian migrants. BBC political correspondent Iain Watson says critics of coalition policy on the Conservative back benches are concerned that the Immigration Bill does not go far enough and believe there has been a concerted attempt to deprive the Commons of enough time to discuss their amendments.
Immigration Bill: Terror suspects may lose citizenship [BBC]
British terror suspects may lose their passports [ITV]