Home Office: Grant this visa to save a young mum’s life

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James Harle
5 years ago
Legislating for every eventuality is a virtual impossibility. The Home Office seems to regard possible (if improbable) abuse of greater importance than the certainty of May Brown's death if the Home Office refuses or causes lengthy delay. This seems inhuman to me - too much like the jobsworth mentality and an uncaring bureaucracy!

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Sabina Shaikh
5 years ago
Well done yeah

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Junior Alexander
5 years ago
Life is a terrible thing to waste

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J Newell
5 years ago
Hope all goes well <3

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Elaine Metcalf
5 years ago
I had breast cancer diagnosed October '15. Anyone who has to go through a life-threatening disease has my full compassion.

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James Windle
5 years ago
I am signing because I am disgusted by the Home Office's total lack of humanity and because May deserves a chance of survival.

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IRMA PIETRON
5 years ago
It is tragic that a young life should be extinguished for lack of a donor.

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Carole Broadbent
5 years ago
I think it's ridiculous that she is not allowed a visa

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Hazel Archer
5 years ago
It's the correct decision, inhumane not to !!!!
Good luck !!!!xXx

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Joan Henry
5 years ago
I care