Katie Hopkins thinks that if people leave for ISIS they should go and never come back.
A FAMILY of 12 from Luton is believed to have travelled to Syria.
Relatives are concerned the 12, aged between one and 75, may have left to start a new life with IS.
Well, here’s my reaction to that, my friends: Splendid!
Splendid if another swathe of Luton has pushed off to Jihadi Junction and left our shores.
As long as we are not planning to use taxpayers’ cash to fly them back, or waste police time looking for them, as far as I am concerned it’s a good news day.
Equally, I am hoping that I don’t have to watch Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe prostrate himself at the relatives’ feet, begging for forgiveness because the Met Police are somehow to blame for yet another family being incapable of getting a grip on its own.
The family was due to come back from holiday in Bangladesh in May but instead stopped off in Turkey and disappeared.
Where is the normality in that? If you had a baby and a frail grandpa rocking up at Gatwick, together with ten others, you’d think you’d have a few plans in place to help them out. Read more »