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The Mail on Sunday devotes the whole of its front page to telling the story of Somalian Yaqub Ahmed who made headlines five years ago when the UK tried to deport him after he was convicted and jailed for his part in a gang rape, but passengers on the same plane – unaware of his crime – chanted for the man in handcuffs to be taken off the flight. The Mail says he has since “dragged his deportation fight through at least 24 tribunal or court hearings” – and the paper offers its readers a further “six-page dossier” on “asylum farce that beggars belief”.