Two more women from the UK who are being held in Syrian camps with their young children have been stripped of their citizenship, a report says.
The Sunday Times quotes legal sources who name the women as Reema Iqbal and her sister, Zara, from east London.
The Home Office said it did not comment on individual cases.
Decisions to withdraw citizenship from individuals were evidence-based and not taken lightly, it added.
The use of the powers has risen sharply, with 104 deprivations of citizenship in 2017, compared to 50 in the previous decade, according to Home Office figures obtained by the immigration law website Free Movement.
Many cases have involved national security and supporters of groups such as Al-Qaeda but criminals – including three of the Rochdale grooming gang – have also been stripped of citizenship.
The Sunday Times says that Reema, 30, and Zara, 28, are living in separate refugee camps in Syria along with thousands of other families who have fled from territory formerly controlled by jihadis.
Between them they have five boys under the age of eight, it says.
The parents of the sisters are originally from Pakistan, but it is not known if they have dual…