You clearly haven't read the article Gingerjon linked to or you'd see the case you're banging on about has nothing to do with the HRA and everything to do with a really bad job by the prosecutors. He was charged with not having insurance and leaving the scene of an accident ffs, not killing someone. Consequently he could not be deported as he only had a relatively minor traffic conviction. If he'd been charged with death by dangerous driving then he would have been out of here years ago and rightly so. As it is we do not have a system that allows families to be broken up because of a driving conviction. That's where your outrage should be directed, getting people charged with the offences they've committed and maybe at the politicians that are stirring up outrage by misleading us all by blaming their own failings and those of their appointees on something other than their own slap dash work.