lose British citizenship.
Lawyer seven, Tassimme Aqunji, said they were "disappointed" and considered "all legal paths" to challenge it.
Ms. Begum left Bethnal Green, East London, with two school friends in February 201
- "I did not want to be a girl with posters"
- 19659010] ITV News said mother Ms Begum received a letter from the Ministry of the Interior on Tuesday.
The letter says that Interior Minister Sayyid Jawid has ordered the move, and he has already been processed.
He asked the mother to inform her daughter of the decision and inform her that she has the right to appeal. Whitehall sources have confirmed that the interior minister has made a decision. However, it is not clear on what grounds it was made. Under the 1981 British Citizenship Act, someone may be deprived of citizenship if the Minister of the Interior is convinced that it will "promote the good of the public", and as a result they will not become stateless.
Ms. Begum said she traveled to Syria with a British passport, but she was taken away from her when she crossed the border.
She is considered a legacy of Bangladesh, but on a BBC question, she said she did not have a Bangladesh passport and never been in the country.
Mr. Javed told MPs on Monday that he would not "hesitate to prevent" the return of the British who left for Syria to join the IP.
He said more than 100 dual citizens had already lost their UK citizenship after a trip to support terrorist groups.