Failed asylum seekers to compete for our jobs

Posted: August 21, 2010 in British jobs for British workers, Broken Britain

Failed asylum seekers are now allowed to compete for the few jobs we have. Still, that will create more long term unemployed people who can have their benefits cut by Downing Street David.

As a result of the Supreme Court’s judgment of 28 July in the case of ZO (Somalia), failed asylum seekers who have made further submissions asserting a fresh claim for asylum to apply for permission to work if:

their further submissions have been outstanding for 12 months or more;
the delay is not their fault.

Changes to the Immigration Rules giving effect to this judgment have been laid and will come into force on 9 September 2010. UK Border Agency will begin considering applications from eligible failed asylum seekers under the amended Immigration Rules from that date.

If you are a regular reader of this blog you will know I have a bee in my bonnet about Nigerians being involved in sham marriages. Well here’s a real marriage twist involving a Nigerian.

IlieA homosexual Church of England priest has announced plans to “marry” his Nigerian male model boyfriend, who is 40 years his junior.

The Rev Colin Coward, 64, a priest at St John the Baptist church in Devizes, Wilts, is to enter into a civil partnership with his boyfriend Bobby Egbele, 25.

Mr Coward met his boyfriend in 2007 at a Christian conference in Togo, West Africa, and the pair were engaged last year.
Mr Egbele, a fashion designer, whose full name is Bobby Ikekhuame Egbele, grew up in Nigeria and runs an online clothing shop Bobafrique, where he models the clothes.

Mr Coward said Mr Egbele was on a two year visitor visa until July next year. The couple have applied to the UK Border Agency for permission to have a civil partnership. That gives Mr Egbele rights of residency. In four years time, Mr Coward said Mr Egbele would be entitled to apply for British Citizenship.

The pair are due to have a civil partnership ceremony on Oct 9 at the register office in Devizes before holding a service at St John the Baptist Church. However, the service will be a communion Eucharist rather then a blessing, which is forbidden for homosexual couples.

IlieDowning Street David who is so concerned about shortages of houses for migrants with large families – so concerned in fact that he intends to throw old people out of their homes to make room – has decided to rent out his £2.7m house in Notting Hill to ease the situation. But don’t all rush at once, he’s charging £6,000 a month rent.

When I say his house I mean the one which has benefited from years of taxpayer funding through the Westminster second homes allowance.


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