Luke Lucas collection box

Posted: October 12, 2011 in British jobs for British workers, General, Law & Disorder

Remember me telling you about the brother of X Factor cast off Luke Lucas with his “don’t you know who I am” cliche in a Margate bar.

IlieWell here’s an interesting update, my source ‘down in Margit’ tells me in their housing estate corner shop the owners are doing a collection towards “fulfilling Luke Lucas’s dream”.

Seems like a scam to me seeing how Lucas has been interviewed by Heat magazine, surrounded by adoring girls, signing autographs, travelling the country singing at holiday camps and is due to perform at a Charity Variety Show at the Winter Garden, Margate on November 11th where he will help raise money for Help for Heroes and Post Pals. A week later on November 18th he will sing at the Margate Mayor’s Charity Ball, also at the Winter Gardens.

He seems to be fulfilling his dream without some dodgy corner shop collection box. Hmmm, maybe the collection is to fulfill the shop owner’s dream of having more money.

Off to war yet again

Is this what ToffTories austerity measures are for, so we can be embroiled in another war.

Britain has pledged backing for US reprisals against Iran following an apparent assassination plot in Washington.

Downing Street said Tehran should be “held accountable” amid allegations that government factions were involved in a plan to kill the Saudi ambassador.


Restaurant taking the p*ss with illegal workers

Two illegal immigrants have been caught at a Hereford restaurant where UKBA officers arrested another illegal worker just a week earlier.

Officers raided Basmati Restaurant on King Acre Street, Swainshill just before 21:00 on Monday 3rd October.

Two men tried to leg it from the rear of the restaurant but were stopped by officers who had already sealed the exits.

Officers then searched the building and found a third man hiding in a loft space.

Immigration checks showed that two of the men, both Bangladeshi nationals, aged 36 and 44 had no permission to be in the UK. The men admitted that they had been working at the restaurant when questioned by officers.

IlieThey were both arrested and taken to Hereford police station for further questioning before being transferred to an immigration removal centre.

A week earlier, 26th September, a Bangladeshi man, aged 39, was found working in the kitchen despite having overstayed his visa. He was arrested and transferred to an immigration removal centre too.

This proves that a £10,000 fine is no deterrent to businesses employing illegal workers, either the restaurant should be shut down or the owner receive a jail sentence.

More job vacancies created

Acting on a tip off UKBA officers targeted two Aberdeen restaurants on Thursday night (6th October), the Manzil in King Street and Westend Tandoori in Ashvale Place.

After the immigration status of staff was checked, two Bangladeshi men were found working illegally at Manzil, and are being detained while steps are taken to remove them from the UK.

Officers then visited the Westend Tandoori and found a Bangladeshi man working illegally. He has also been placed in detention prior to his removal from the UK as quickly as possible.

Blimey, Bangladesh must be empty with so many of them here in the UK.


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