Stafford was charged with 90 offences as a child and then a further 275 offences before he was issued with a Notice of Intention to Cancel his visa in 2004.
He was warned any further offending would almost certainly lead to deportation.
He was subsequently charged with another 179 offences, but no action was taken until 2013, when his visa was cancelled.
But the AAT refused the deportation order…
If Stafford is allowed to continue to stay in this country it should be on the strict condition that he live with Mr Handley and that Mr Handley will be held personally responsible for any future bad behaviour. These “senior members” might give their decisions a bit more common sense thought if that was made to happen.