Britain burning update

Posted: October 7, 2011 in Law & Disorder

IlieIf you don’t believe my theory that people are trying to burn down Britain then they certainly appear to be setting fire to Kent.

About 30 firefighters have been tackling a blaze at Deal Town Football Club which broke out at 5.15 yesterday (Thursday).
A policeman at the scene said that the fire may have started after a pile of rubbish at the back of the pavilion was set alight, but this is not confirmed.

At 8.15pm, the Urban Search and Rescue Team were on the scene to assist with gaining entry to the fire.


Fire crews are still at the scene of a massive fire at an army training site in Kent.

It started yesterday afternoon at Galloways Road in Lydd and at its height about 50 firefighters were needed to tackle the blaze.
No one has been reported as injured but people in the local area were warned to keeps their windows and doors closed.


Crews were called to Ridham Docks at 10.30pm last night where 2,500 tonnes of wood chippings are still on fire in Sittingbourne.
They required more than 30 firefighters to keep the flames under control. Some are still at the scene.
It is not known how either of the fires started.

Job vacancies for today

IlieTwo businesses in Newcastle upon Tyne were caught employing illegal workers.

The arrests were made at a restaurant and a car wash on Thursday (29 September).

UKBA officers targeted Aagbar Indian restaurant, Victoria Road, Consett, and Sunniside Hand Car Wash, Front Street, Sunniside, Newcastle upon Tyne. At each of the businesses officers spoke to staff to establish whether they had the right to work in the UK.

At the Aagbar, officers found two Bangladeshi men working illegally. Both were arrested and taken to Durham police station.

At the Sunniside Hand Car Wash, one Afghan man was found working illegally. He was arrested and taken to Gateshead police station.


An illegal worker has been caught at a Worcester newsagent by officers who visited Checkitts News, 69 Lowesmoor, last night (Wednesday 5 October).

Immigration checks revealed that the worker, a 23-year-old Indian man had overstayed his visa. He was arrested and taken to Worcester police station for further questioning. Officers then visited the man’s home in West Bromwich where they found his passport.


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