Five teenage girls from Tower Hamlets, London, barred from travelling

Five teenage girls who showed ‘an interest’ in travelling to Syria have been barred by a High Court judge from travelling abroad.

Mr Justice Hayden today made the two 15-year-olds and three 16-year-olds wards of court – a move which prevents them from leaving the jurisdiction of England and Wales.

He made the ruling at a hearing at the High Court after Tower Hamlets local authority raised concerns.

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  • Let them go.

    When they realise life in Syria sucks and that not even Mummy and Daddy can restore their passports, they’ll get the message.

  • WalterBannon

    The should have been ordered to leave the UK within 24 hours or face terrorism charges.

  • pop

    Geez, there’s me in the middle row. Err in 2016 England.

    • Surele Surele

      no. you’re the next one to the right… no to the rear… oh, well I give up. Mommy, Mommy, where are you?!

  • pdxnag

    Present them with the pointed question: Do you wish to renounce your citizenship in the U.K.?

    If they answer yes then this ends the inquiry about whether they can leave or not. Unless the authorities want to charge them with a crime that carries a penalty of jail time.

  • Blacksmith

    Why would you stop them from leaving you morons, let these vermin make their way to the shitstainistan of their choice. DONT let them return, damn people wake up!