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Boat race protester says that he does not want to go back to AUS

December 2013, 10
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The boat race protester Trenton Oldfield avoided his deportation from Great Britain by appealing for this 2012 protest at the River Thames and stating that he could not take his family back to his native racist country Australia.

The Immigration tribunal judge said that the activist Trenton Oldfield was making a positive contribution to the United Kingdom and would be allowed to stay in the country.

Mr Trenton Oldfield had made an appeal against the decision of Theresa May, who is the Home Secretary to deport him and had said that his presence in the United Kingdom was not conducive for the well-being of the British people, the appeal of which has been successfully accepted.

Kevin Moore the Immigration tribunal judge is going to make the official decision in another 10 days or so but the said on Monday that he would be in favour of Mr Trenton Oldfield at the tribunal hearing.

He told Mr. Trenton Oldfield that his intention was to allow his appeal.

He said that he didn't have any doubt that he was of good character and did at value to the British society.

In the tribunal hearing of Immigration Mr. Trenton Oldfield informed that if it happens that he is deported from Great Britain, it would not be possible for his wife and five month old daughter to move with him to Australia as its full of racism.

The British government had refused his spousal visa application stating that his presence in Great Britain was not conducive for the well-being of the British public and so he had appealed against this decision at the tribunal in London.

The activist who is now 37 years old has been living in Great Britain for more than a decade now.

Two universities the Oxford and Cambridge were having a race down the Thames river, and Mr. Trenton Oldfield jumped in the middle of the race and disrupted is as he was trying to protest against inequality and elitism in Great Britain.

Mr Trenton Oldfield said that if he was deported to the racist country Australia he would be separated from his wife Deepa Naik who's a british and also his five month old daughter.

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