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Posted: June 12, 2010 in Broken Britain


Wind farm, power thyself

Last month Thanet council signed a deal with London Array for the construction of a 70,000 sq ft operations at the port of Ramsgate. A report to Thanet council’s cabinet, to be discussed on June 17, says the existing electricity supply at the port is not capable of meeting London Array’s needs. The costs are said to be £550 a year with initial costs of £7,000. Perhaps Thanet council should erect a wind turbine to supply London Array’s electricity needs?

Do you take this British passport to be your wedded spouse?

IlieFour people were arrested as part of an investigation into a suspected sham marriage.

Officers from the Thames Valley immigration crime team swooped on Oxford Register Office at around midday on 8 June 2010, just as the service was about to start.

The would-be bride, a 19-year-old Polish national, and her groom, a 30-year-old Indian male were both arrested on suspicion of perjury. Two witnesses, a Polish female and a British male were also arrested on suspicion of assisting illegal immigration.

The 30-year-old Indian male has now been charged with two counts of perjury.

Fake kidnap man was here illegally and a suspected benefit fraudster.

A Muslim community leader who falsely claimed he had been kidnapped by members of the British National Party was exposed last night as a suspected benefits cheat who was in this country illegally.

Noor Ramjanally, 36, told police that racist thugs had abducted him at knifepoint and threatened him with violence.

But his account was exposed as a lie by cameras fitted secretly outside his flat after earlier claims that he had received racist hate mail and that the family’s home had been firebombed.

Footage revealed that on the day of the alleged kidnapping Ramjanally had left home by himself, and police established that he wandered around a branch of Homebase before dialling 999.

Yesterday he was given a two-year jail term after being convicted of perverting the course of justice. However he was not in court – he had fled back to his native Mauritius after admitting he was in this country illegally, staying on after his tourist visa expired.

Before his trial at Chelmsford Crown Court, he sent police a taunting email from the Indian Ocean island, telling them: ‘I am enjoying the sun.’ The authorities will now decide whether to seek his extradition to Britain to serve his sentence.

It also emerged that both Ramjanally and his wife, Soulma Nusrally, are being investigated on suspicion of benefit fraud.

  1. Howard Thomas says:

    Why get him back here? Perhaps an arrangement could be made with Mauritius for this asshole to serve 2 years in their prisons. No doubt they would not have televisions/playstations or early release.
    That would wipe the smile off his face! and we could fund his incarceration which would be far less than the cost of a British jail.

    I wonder what his motive was for making up the story and wasting police time!

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