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Four illegal workers from China and Pakistan are in detention awaiting removal from the UK after they were caught at two restaurants in St Austell, Cornwall.
UKBA officers raided Nepalese Gurkha, Grants Walk, on Friday 21th October where a man from Pakistan was found to have entered the UK illegally. He was arrested and is currently in immigration detention pending his deportation over the coming weeks.
Officers then went to Jade Palace, Victoria Road, Roche, where three Chinese members of staff were found to be illegal workers. This is not the first time illegal workers have been caught in Jade Palace, in 2008 two Chinese were found working illegally.
A 52-year-old man was working in breach of the conditions of his visit visa, a 33-year-old man was found to be a failed asylum seeker and a 21-year-old woman had entered the UK illegally. All three are currently in immigration detention awaiting removal.
Three Bangladeshi men have been discovered working illegally at a restaurant in Gloucester.
The Balti Hut, Cheltenham Road, was raided at 18:30 on Thursday 20 October where two of the men, aged 20 and aged 21 were found to have entered the UK illegally, while a 28-year-old man had stayed in the country illegally after his visa expired.
The 21-year-old and 28-year-old were arrested and taken to Gloucester police station before being transferred to immigration detention where they remain pending removal. The 20-year-old was placed on immigration bail and must report to a local police station unless he ‘scapa flows’ back into the murky world of illegal immigrants.
Longlevens city and county councillor Kathy Williams (Con.) said of the restaurant
“It has a very good reputation. I’m very disappointed to hear this has happened. I would have thought they would have made sure their staff were here legally. I hope people are not being exploited.”
Shouldn’t she be condemning this business for employing illegal workers when there are millions of unemployed in this country?
Britain being set alight, at least Kent appears to be
Around 30 firefighters tackled a fire in Gravesend last night.
Two units from Thames-side, one from Swancombe and one from Strood were called a first floor office which was alight in Wrotham Road at 9.25pm. Two support vehicles from Maidstone also attended as firefighters used breathing apparatus to put out the blaze.
This morning, police were parked outside Start To Finish, a builders merchants, where the fire is believed to have taken place.
Police are currently treating the fire as suspicious.
It soon will be Christmas so this scam is reappearing in our area.
Householders are receiving a card through their door saying that is was not possible to deliver a parcel and to call 0906 6611911 to arrange redelivery.
Don’t get on the ‘dog and bone’ as a woman was recently charged £350 for such a call. If you call the number and you start to hear a recorded message you will already have been billed £15 for the phone call.
Instead call the Royal Mail Fraud Line on 0207 239 6655.