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But Theresa May, then home secretary, successfully appealed against the decision in late 2014, when an Upper Tribunal ruled his deportation should go ahead.
Gwen Byrom, 47, of the Girls’ Schools Association, said men should be able to ‘play a bigger role at home’.
Mrs Byrom, who has five children with her stay-at-home husband, said she tells girls at her school they can ‘have it all’ by challenging the idea of a breadwinner automatically having to be a man.
This has delayed the removal of the pair from Britain, hitting taxpayers with court costs and legal aid bills.
Last Saturday we exposed the case of Somalian thug Abdi Yusuf, who has been fighting deportation for five years.