GETTYSeven ECHR judges have backed Britain's decision to boot out a violent drug dealer
Violent drug dealer Ifeanyi Chukwu Ndidi was giving a deportation order in 2011 after serving part of a seven-year sentence for supplying Class A drugs.
He immediately appealed against the decision and the process rumbled through the British courts until December 2013 when the deportation was upheld.
Ndidi, who has been in trouble with the police since he schooldays, then took his case to Europe.
And after almost four years the ECHR judges have decided Ndidi, who knew he would be kicked out of the country if he continued to break the law, was not treated unfairly by the Home Office.Related articles
GETTYThe Home Office told Ifeanyi Chukwu Ndidi he'd be deported if he broke the law again
Ndidi, who came to the UK with his mother as a two-year-old in 1989, was given indefinite leave to remain the in the country by the Home Office.
But in 1999, aged 12, he received police cautions for assault and robbery.