Irene Clennell, 53, has been deported to Singapore despite her 27-year marriage to a British man [Image: Angela Clennell].

Here’s a first piece of evidence that Theresa May’s faux-Christianity is a sham.

A woman who has lived in the UK for nearly 30 years with her British husband has been deported to Singapore.

Irene Clennell, 53, says she was forced to board a plane without warning on Sunday, after being held for nearly a month in an immigration detention centre in Scotland.

She had been living near Durham with her husband. She has two British sons, as well as a granddaughter, in the UK.

For a year before she was detained, Ms Clennell was the sole carer for her husband John, a former gas engineer, after he had an arterial bypass and suffered complications from a hernia.

Source: Woman deported to Singapore after almost 30 years living in the UK with her British husband and sons

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