Daughter wins battle to stay in UK

A DESPERATE daughter fighting to stay in the country to look after her dying mother has earned an 11th hour temporary reprieve.Tess Henry last night spoke of her relief after a last-minute U-turn by immigration chiefs allowed her to continue caring for her sick mother Jennifer Jeeps.

A DESPERATE daughter fighting to stay in the country to look after her dying mother has earned an 11th hour temporary reprieve.

Tess Henry last night spoke of her relief after a last-minute U-turn by immigration chiefs allowed her to continue caring for her sick mother Jennifer Jeeps.

Ms Henry, 41, was born on a US air base in Turkey before moving to England when she was five when her parents divorced. She went to school in Bury St Edmunds and trained as a nurse in Newmarket but when she was 22 she moved to Australia where she got married.