The family of Shamima Begum – who left the UK to meet the Islamic State group in Syria – have told the home secretary they are going to challenge his have also decided to rescinded her UK citizenship.
In the letter addressed to Sajid Javid , experienced by the BBC, they say they “cannot simply abandon her” and that her status is “a matter for our British courts”.
But they lent they were “sickened by the comments she has made” recently.
They likewise asked for assistance in returning her newborn baby to the UK.
Ms Begum, who left Bethnal Green, east London in 2015, reside in a refugee camp in northern Syria and rendered birth to a son last weekend.