A THUG has battered two women since Sir Keir Starmer campaigned against his deportation.
Tajay Thompson served 15 months for drug dealing and was set to be kicked out of Britain in 2020.
A thug has battered two women since Sir Keir Starmer campaigned against his deportation
Tajay Thompson was set to be kicked out of Britain in 2020
But the Jamaica flight was grounded by a legal challenge after the future Labour leader campaigned against it.
Sir Keir yesterday said he would clamp down on violence towards women.
But HOAR can reveal, since being allowed to remain in the UK, Thompson has been jailed for beating a mum and is awaiting sentence for a second attack.
He threw a 27-year-old woman with learning difficulties to the ground at Battersea Station, London, last July, then stamped on her, breaking her ribs and robbing her of £10.
He was convicted of attempted robbery and ABH and will be sentenced at Kingston crown court on April 18.
Yesterday the victim’s mum — who asked not be named — said: “Keir Starmer should be ashamed of himself.
“If that man was deported he could never have done this to my daughter.”
Thompson was also convicted of ABH on Shareefah Munro, in Reading on October 5 and sentenced to 20 weeks behind bars.
Sir Keir’s team blamed the Tories for the lack of deportation.
A spokesman said: “The Home Secretary should be apologising for the appalling record on deporting foreign offenders.
“Instead, it’s excuses for 13 years of Tory law and order failure.”
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