If anyone ever deserved to be granted asylum in the UK then she does.
Damn right she has! We still do not understand that most countries are refusing to extradite a person to a country without a democratically elected government. I am pretty sure that she’s going to get her political asylum too. Move on, folks. Not much more to see here.
I wonder if she’s sharing a flat with Red Bull boy?
As far as I am aware, the UK does not have an Interior Ministry! All applications for political asylum are dealt with through the Home Office, or have things changed since I was last there?
For one thing Yingluck is not going to be extradited to be locked up for something that is not a crime in the UK.
For another, her conviction and sentence for the same
must surely provide “substantial evidence and reasons to
justify the application for
The Thai powers that are harping on about seeking extradition, can only strengthen Yingluck's case to stay in the UK, and make themselves look like ineffectual bullies.
We have read a lot about applications being submitted to Interpol concerning two recent applications by the Thai police for assistance from them about bringing them back to Thailand. So far, Interpol does not appear too concerned about either of them. If the Thai authorities cannot prevent, resolve, or clean up cases within their own jurisdiction according to Thai laws, which it appears can be easily and readily circumvented if one has the status, position, knowledge, and money to do so, while the persons are still within the country, then why would any institution even offer to help? Maybe, Interpol may have put things on hold while waiting for some reason unknown to us regarding their lack of involvement. If the Thai authorities cannot arrest a cop killer while the killer is within the geographical boundaries of the country, why should Interpol waste its resources to help clean up the Thai authorities made mess?