More illegals caught

Posted: July 23, 2010 in Broken Britain

The ToffTory/LibDim have stated that they intend to cut benefits of long term unemployed to encourage them to take jobs yet how are the unemployed going to get jobs when not only are there five job seekers for every vacancy but many businesses are blatantly employing illegals.

What makes it more galling is the fact that nearly all those working illegally, when caught, are given bail to report to the police regularly so there is nothing to stop them disappearing to another town and start working illegally again.

Here’s another thought, around 3.6 million people will reach the present state retirement age in the next five years, obviously not all are in jobs nevertheless this would have released 100,000’s of jobs but now people are being forced to work longer by the government this turnover of labour will no longer occur until the government finally settles on a retirement age that they can get away with.

Here’s the latest catch of illegals

IlieUK Border Agency visited Masala Wok Ltd, Ranelagh Street, Liverpool, on Tuesday 20 July.
Of the eight employees who were on site at the time of the visit, two Pakistani men were arrested for a variety of immigration offences. One Iraqi man was found without any legal right to work in the UK. The two Pakistani men currently remain in detention pending their removal from the UK. The Iraqi man has been granted immigration bail while the UK Border Agency obtains documentation to remove him.

Five illegal immigrants have been arrested after a UKBA operation at an address on Station Terrace, Kensal Green, NW10 on the morning of Tuesday 20 July. Three Brazilian women and a Malaysian man were all arrested for overstaying their visas, while a Chinese man was arrested for entering the UK illegally.
The Brazilians and Malaysian remain in detention pending their removal from the country, while the Chinese male has been given immigration bail.

IlieFour Chinese illegal workers, three men and one woman, were arrested after they were found employed at Taste of China on Greendykes Road, Broxburn around 17:00 on Monday 19 July. The takeaway closed after the raid as no staff were left to run it. The illegal workers are to report regularly to the UK Border Agency while steps are taken to obtain travel documents and outstanding applications are dealt with.

Four Bangladeshi illegal workers have been arrested at East Meets West restaurant, Abersoch at about 17:30 on 17 July

After checking the immigration status of employees, officers found that the four members of staff had no legal right to work in the UK. Two tried to flee from the restaurant but were caught by officers who were covering the exits. The four men were arrested and taken to St Asaph and Caernarfon police stations for further questioning. A 31 year old man remains in immigration detention pending his removal from the UK. The other three men have since been released and must report regularly to the UK Border Agency while outstanding immigration applications are considered.

Five immigration offenders from China have been found at Summer Palace restaurant, High Street, Saundersfoot at about 18:40 on 13 July.

A 42 year old chef was found to be a failed asylum seeker who had not left the UK as required when his claim for protection was turned down, while a 23 year old waiter and 26 year old cook were found to have entered the country illegally. A 28 year old woman working there was found to be doing so in breach of the conditions of her student visa.
When officers carried out a search, a 24 year old man who had failed to leave the UK once his asylum claim was turned down was found. He remains in immigration detention pending his removal from the UK while the other offenders must report to a local police station while steps are taken to remove them from the UK.

Some that didn’t make it into the UK

Seven Indian stowaways have been prevented from sneaking into the country after UKBA found them hiding aboard a lorry-load of steel bound for Llanelli.
The men were found at 10:00 on 14 July after UKBA working at Dunkirk used a carbon dioxide detection probe which indicated the presence of people aboard a Slovakian-registered freight lorry driven by a Bulgarian. Officers searched the trailer and found the men hiding within the load of steel wire. The stowaways were all handed over to French Border Police, and the vehicle was allowed to continue to the UK. .

Three would be illegal immigrants have been removed from the country after being found by UK Border Agency officers in Poole.

On Thursday 15 July agency officers carrying out searches of freight arriving on a 06:00 ferry from Cherbourg found an Afghan man clinging to the axle of a Polish registered lorry. The 47 year old was detained and interviewed before being removed to France later the same day. .

Three days earlier on 12 July two Moroccan men were also detained at Poole after coming to the UK on a 17:00 ferry from Santander. They were found following a search of the freight area of the port after being spotted by a UK Border Agency officer. The pair, who gave their ages as 19 and 24, were removed to Spain on 14 July.

Completely changing the subject

IlieDo you know on BBC2 today, Friday, between 6am and 0:35 tomorow morning, an 18 hours 35 minute period, there are 14 hours and 45 minutes of repeats.

News from the ToffTory/LibDim coalition.

People living in rural communities will be able to give themselves the right to build on local green belt land without planning permission, under the Community Right to Build programme to be unveiled today. Grant Shapps, the Housing Minister, wants to breath life into remote villages by making it easier to win permission to build more homes and shops.
So, how long before groups of travellers start building small towns in these rural areas?

The public will be asked: ”Do you want the United Kingdom to adopt the ‘alternative vote’ system instead of the current ‘first past the post’ system for electing Members of Parliament to the House of Commons?”
Unfortunately in a time when taxpayers are facing massive cuts in services to save money, the poll demanded by the Liberal Democrats, is expected to cost £10million.


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