Czech criminal who attacked girlfriend is finally kicked out of UK

Violent Czech criminal, 41, who attacked his girlfriend is finally kicked out of Britain after volunteering to leave eight months ago

  • Michal Dolana sentenced to 21 months last September for attacking girlfriend
  • But he volunteered to leave Britain in October and return to the Czech Republic
  • Flights were halted due to Covid-19 , and Dolana offered to take an indirect route
  • However immigration officials are understood to have refused criminal’s offer

A violent foreign criminal has been booted out of the country at last after The Mail on Sunday revealed that he was desperate to leave.

Michal Dolana was sentenced to 21 months in jail last September for attacking his girlfriend, but volunteered to leave Britain in October and return to the Czech Republic as part of an early removal scheme.

Flights were halted due to Covid-19, and Dolana offered to take an indirect route, but immigration officials are understood to have refused.

Michal Dolana (pictured) was sentenced to 21 months in jail last September for attacking his girlfriend, but volunteered to leave Britain in October and return to the Czech Republic as part of an early removal scheme

He was held at an immigration detention centre near Heathrow Airport and it was claimed by his lawyers that four dates were set for deportation yet they were all missed.

Last night, three weeks after this newspaper revealed the hold-up, his lawyers said: ‘This could have been done months ago.

‘We have asked the Home Office for £35,000 in damages and are awaiting a response.’

A Home Office spokesman declined to comment. 

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