Ready for an influx of foreign students?

Posted: July 10, 2010 in British jobs for British workers, Broken Britain, Law & Disorder

Remember the judge who opened UK doors to all the world’s asylum seeking homosexuals? Now meet the judge who has opened UK floodgates to all foreigners who pretend they want to learn English. Why can’t they learn English in their own country by getting a Linguaphone course?

Rules meant to stop immigrants falsely coming to Britain with student visas were overturned by Mr Justice Foskett yesterday.

Former Labour Home Secretary Alan Johnson laid down regulations earlier this year blocking students from coming into the country to start language courses unless they already spoke English to a good standard.

But Mr Justice Foskett said that the rules had been wrongly established through changes to existing guidelines. There should have been a legally binding change to the rules approved by Parliament, he found.

Last year 273,445 students were given visas to come to Britain for courses, nearly 50,000 more than in 2008.

How many of those don’t go home, speaking of which

Four illegal immigrants have been caught during a multi-agency operation mounted on a busy Nottingham road.

UKBA officers joined with Nottinghamshire Police, Nottingham City Council and the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency as they pulled over vehicles on Thane Road on 29 June between 0700 and 14.30.

A 36-year-old Brazilian man was caught driving a vehicle with a counterfeit Portuguese passport in his possession. Officers visited his home in Nottingham where they found another fake Portuguese identity document.

Checks revealed that the Brazilian had overstayed his visa in the UK. He was immediately detained before being removed back to Brazil on 3 July.

Three other illegal immigrants were also caught during the road crackdown – an Iraqi man, aged 26, and two Iranian men, aged 24 and 28. All were found to be failed asylum seekers.

A failed asylum seeker from Leicester has been convicted of using fake identity documents to gain employment. Sammy Mohammed, a 26-year-old Ethiopian man, pleaded guilty at Leicester Crown Court on 2 July to four charges under the Fraud Act, Forgery and Counterfeiting Act and Identity Cards Act. He was sentenced to 26 weeks’ imprisonment, suspended for 18 months, and ordered to complete 200 hours unpaid work.

Checks by UKBA officers revealed that Mohammed had obtained employment with three companies, providing fake identity documents as proof of his entitlement to work.

In January 2006 he registered for employment with Prime Time Recruitment, Sheep Street, Northampton. This enabled him to gain employment with TRW Limited, Rainhill Road, Washington, Tyne and Wear between 16 January 2006 and 5 January 2008.

From 17 August 2009 Mohammed worked for Phoenix Staff Solutions, Church Gate, Leicester. But his employment scam came to an end when, acting on intelligence, our officers arrested him at his home in Leicester on 26 October 2009.

As well as taking our jobs foreigners do our criminal’s crimes too.

IlieLithuanian gang members who stole expensive cars while their owners slept have been jailed for a total of more than 13 years.

Renatas Griskevicius, 31; Arenidas Petrauskas, 29; and Vytautas Lairesvicius, 22; broke into at least eight homes between them throughout the South East before scarpering with the keys for such cars as a Mercedes SLK, Porsche 911 and BMW 3 series.

All three pleaded guilty to conspiracy to burgle and conspiracy to steal, while Lairesvicius also admitted a further charge of aggravated vehicle taking.

They were sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court, with Lairesvicius being jailed for six years, Griskevicius five years, and Petrauskas two-and-a-half.

  1. Howard Thomas says:

    I sometimes wonder that if you could somehow count all the people that are actually in the UK, what the population would really be! I bet its not 62 million or anywhere near it.

    • percyweller says:

      We’re not going to find out either with the Census coming to an end, how convenient for the government is that?

      • Howard Thomas says:

        To be sure the census is never going to be in any way accurate…….who the hell is going to fill it in if they are not supposed to be in the UK?
        Perhaps to abandon it is just a way of giving up trying to count.
        I.D. cards might be a more effective way to count population, and indeed to work out who to deport……… card,no right to be here…..goodbye!

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