Nine illegals caught in catering firm

Posted: October 31, 2010 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder

IlieUKBA officers visited Ruby’s Catering on Walmgate Road, Perivale, on the morning of Thursday 29 October to carry out checks on staff to make sure they had the right to work in the UK, they found nine people working illegally!

The nine, three Sri Lankan men, three Sri Lankan women, two Indian men, and a Malaysian woman, were arrested for a variety of immigration offences, including working in breach of their visa conditions and entering the UK illegally.

All nine remain in detention and the UK Border Agency is now taking action to remove them from the UK.

But as fast as we get rid of illegals more turn up.

IlieFive would-be illegal immigrants who were destined to end up at a depot in Portishead were sniffed out by a sniffer dog in Calais.

The men and women from Eritrea in Africa had hidden in a Slovakian registered lorry full of large rolls of paper being delivered from the Continent.
After the incident at 07:00 on Wednesday 20 October, the five were handed over to the French border police.

Four stowaways bound for South Yorkshire were stopped from entering the country after Buster the ‘sniffer’ dog found them hiding in a lorry load of shampoo.

The 22-month-old Border Collie found the men from Pakistan, Egypt and Afghanistan hiding amongst boxes of shampoo in a Hungarian-registered lorry destined for Hellaby, Rotherham.

If we bought British manufactured goods this would make it harder to get into our country illegally.

Another violent thug goes free

IlieA terminally ill cancer sufferer beaten up by a teenage thug has expressed his dismay and disbelief after his attacker walked free from court. He has written to the Crown Prosecution Service to request a retrial and is waiting to hear from them. He will probably die from his kidney cancer before he gets a reply.

Reece Kent, 19, punched Ken Oliver, 62, in the face and then kicked him repeatedly as he lay on the floor, before walking away laughing.

The violent attack at Mr Oliver’s house in Park Lane, Broxbourne, Herts, left Mr Oliver bruised from head to toe and needing hospital treatment.

But Kent was spared jail at St Albans Crown Court in Hertfordshire after pleading guilty to wounding or inflicting grievous bodily harm. Instead, he was handed a six-month sentence at a young offenders institution, suspended for 12 months, ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work and told to pay £1,000 in compensation.

When I was a kid no one would dare hit an old or ill person in case they accidentally killed them because they would surely hang for murder.

According to our various governments immigrants are supposed to financially benefit this country not drain it of money.

A quarter of a million pounds of ‘criminal money’ has been recovered by officers from the UK Border Agency following two incidents at Kent ports.

On Thursday 28 October, Dover Magistrates’ Court ordered that money seized from individuals this summer should be permanently forfeited.

On 20 July, two British passport carrying men of Albanian origin and resident in Kent, were stopped by UK Border Agency officers at the outward controls in Dover’s Eastern docks.

During a search of the vehicle they were travelling in, eleven packages of cling-film wrapped bank notes were found hidden under the passenger footwell. The amount discovered was approximately £200,000, made up of 200 and 500 euro notes.

Both men denied knowing anything about the money and decided not to contest the cash seizure, made using the Proceeds of Crime Act, at Thursday’s court hearing.

A smaller sum of £50,000 was detained on 3 June at the Channel Tunnel outward controls in Cheriton when officers stopped a man and woman of Lithuanian nationality. When questioned, the man claimed they were only carrying £9,000 in cash. On further questioning, the woman subsequently produced a further 7,000 euros.

However, a search of their vehicle led to the discovery of a further 250 euros and, finally, a body search revealed two packages strapped to the woman’s inner thighs containing the rest of the cash in euros.

Again, the couple chose not to contest the seizure and the money was permanently forfeited at the Magistrates’ Court hearing.

Ease of sham marriages

IlieAn investigation found that the issuing of marriage licences, required for foreigners to marry in church, has almost trebled in five years.

Anglican Church figures show that the number of common licences issued rose from 1,650 in 2004 to 4,632 last year.

Anglican clergy are not legally required to report suspicious marriages, even though register offices have been compelled to do so for more than a decade.

  1. Tony says:

    Hi Perc,
    Have you seen this guy;


    • percyweller says:

      Some interesting stuff on that, how’s he find time to maintain that huge blog? Must be like Big Mac and the receptionist in Casualty and do it during works’ time.

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