Banned illegal immigrant back in UK.

Posted: May 14, 2010 in Broken Britain

An illegal immigrant baby trafficker banned from the UK for ten years strolled back in to claim thousands at an employment tribunal.

Peace Sandberg, 42, was jailed for 26 months in 2008 after she bought a three-month-old baby in Nigeria for £150 and tried to pass it off as her own to get a council house.

After she had served her sentence she was deported to Sweden where she holds joint Swedish/Nigerian citizenship, and was ordered not to return to Britain for ten years.

But Mrs Sandberg, a former housing officer who worked with the elderly in Ealing, London, flew back to the country and walked straight through immigration checks at Heathrow Airport.

She returned to Britain to sue her former employers, the Peabody Trust, for race and sex discrimination. The employment tribunal allowed the case to proceed knowing she was in the country illegally.

Mrs Sandberg was ‘sussed out’ after the lawyer representing the trust dobbed her in.

“The claimant has committed a crime by coming into the UK,’ Mark Leach told the judge. ‘She clearly knows what the situation is. The police are on their way.” Nee naw, nee naw! Mind you the police didn’t turn up until the early afternoon.

Mrs Sandberg replied: “The Home Office is at the airport and they allowed me to enter. I came to Heathrow with my passport and they let me in.”

Why doesn’t that surprise me. UK Border Agency website has virtually shut down since the General Election obviously unsure what Toff & Dim & the Coalition boys have got in mind with their opposing policies on immigration.
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If you haven’t gone to Specsavers the text says;

“Following the UK general election on 6 May 2010, the UK Border Agency website has undergone some changes. All news stories published before April 2010 have been removed from this website, as has information about our strategies and aims under the previous government. This content can be viewed on the UK government web archive.”

Anyway I digress, after discovering the hearing was listed for seven days, one officer said: “We should probably nick her now. We can’t justify letting her stay here”. Send for Gene Hunt!

Police later arrested Mrs Sandberg, who was taken away in handcuffs. She will be deported to Sweden in a few days. Hmmm, we’ll see. The tribunal was adjourned.

Mrs Sandberg was arrested in 2008 after lying to officials to get a visa for a child she bought from Nigeria, and then returning home demanding a council house and benefits from Ealing Council. Her scam fell apart because council workers remembered she was not pregnant when she visited the offices less than two months earlier. Well done those people! A jury took less than 40 minutes to find her guilty of trafficking the child into Britain.

She is suing for sex discrimination, claiming the Peabody Trust refused to install a kitchen or toilet in her office when she was employed in 2007. Mrs Sandberg said they preferred to employ men because they could use facilities in a nearby pub. A pub that bans women, I don’t think so.

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Meanwhile a Conservative pledge to rip up the Human Rights Act has been kicked into touch after Kenneth Clarke, the new Justice Secretary, signalled it was not a priority. Oh nice that’s a good start for Toff & Dim!
The Tories had promised to replace the act, which appears to protect criminals more than innocent people, with a UK Bill of Rights.

But Mr Clarke, who was appointed to head the Ministry of Justice on Wednesday, suggested it was not high on the list of actions while the pledge was notable by its absence in the coalition agreement published this week.

As my old sergeant used to say “if fings don’t change, they stay the same!”

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