Documentary maker Joshua Baker interviewed Shamima Begum on numerous occasions, and described the many sides of her character.
Keir Starmer previously said it was “wrong” to stop Shamima Begum returning to the UK.
The former schoolgirl who fled Britain to join Isis has lost her British citizenship appeal and remains in limbo at al Roj camp in northern Syria.
Begum has lost her UK citizenship appeal but what is next for the former Isis recruit who fled the UK aged 15?
The former Isis bride has begged the British public for forgiveness.
Classmates of the former Isis bride said she wore the badge to signify her allegiance to the militant Islamic group.
In her latest interview, the 21-year-old former jihadi bride insisted she did not need to be rehabilitated and said she wants to return to the UK.
The 21-year-old has reportedly told a new documentary that she was “young and naive” when she left for Syria.
Begum was 15 when she and two other east London schoolgirls travelled to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State group.
The 21-year-old, who travelled from the UK to Syria as a teenager to join IS, lost a Supreme Court ruling last week.
The Chancellor on Sunday told Sky News’ Sophy Ridge that he is "glad" the Supreme Court ruled against Begum being able to return to the UK to fight her case.
Shamima Begum is trying to get back to the UK to appeal the loss of her British citizenship.
Jess Phillips said the screengrab shared on Twitter was "completely fake" and had put her and her family and staff at risk.
The 20-year-old wants to return to the UK to appeal the loss of her British citizenship.
Judges said Begum should be allowed to comeback to the UK to challenge the decision to revoke her citizenship.
Isis bride Shamima Begum was photographed in front of a cushion decorated with a British flag.
Shamima Begum was one of three east London schoolgirls who left for Syria.
Turkey's actions in Syria have seen several members of Isis escape.
She fled east London at the age of 15 and married an Isis fighter in Syria.
Bangladesh’s government has said that Shamima Begum, the teenage Londoner who fled to Syria, is not their problem.
The 19-year-old gave her first interview since the death of her third child last month.
Shamima Begum's husband Yago Riedijk told The Times about the nightmare he and his IS bride had had since the death of their newborn baby.
Dr Muhammad Saqib Raza has been held in a Syrian jail for more than a year.
The family of Islamic State bride Shamima Begum begin legal proceedings to review decision to strip her of British citizenship.
The Sunday Times reported that two other IS brides in Syria have been stripped of their UK citizenship by the Home Office.