Home Office reverses London kidney patient donor decision
A woman is to be allowed into the UK to donate a kidney to her brother after the Home Office reversed its decision to deny her entry.
Oliver Cameron, from north-east London, is suffering kidney failure and has to undergo dialysis three times a day.
His sister Keisha Rushton, who is a perfect donor match, had her request to travel to the UK from Jamaica to donate the organ initially refused.
The Home Office confirmed it had since reversed the decision.
A Home Office spokeswoman said: "All applications are considered on their individual merits, including any compelling and compassionate circumstances, and in line with the immigration rules."
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