15 illegals caught in Chelmsford

Posted: August 22, 2012 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder
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On 7th August UKBA officers visited County Linen, Robjohns Road, Chelmsford where they checked the immigration status of all employees.

Eleven workers were arrested and detained after they were found to have no right to live or work in the UK. Four were from India, four were Pakistan, two were from Bangladesh and one was from Sri Lanka. All were males apart from the Sri Lankan, a 33-year-old woman.
Seven of those arrested at the firm were working in breach of their student visa conditions while four had overstayed their visas.

After some houses in Chelmsford were searched two Bangladeshi men were arrested in Duke Street, another Bangladeshi man was arrested at a property in Coval Drive and a Pakistani man was arrested at a house in Forest Drive. Three had overstayed their visas while one was working in breach of his visa conditions.

Nine of the immigration offenders were removed on 14th August, two were removed on 15th August and one was returned to his home country on 16th August. Two more illegal workers are due to be removed later this month while the 15th, and final, illegal worker remains in detention whilst they try to have him removed from the UK.

Let’s tot that up; 4 from India, 5 from Pakistan, 5 from Bangladesh and 1 from Sri Lanka = grand total of 15!

There’s more!

A restaurant in Helensburgh, that’s in ‘sweaty sock land’ (Scotland) was caught employing four illegal workers from Bangladesh following UKBA officers raid on Akash in Sinclair Street on 17th August.
After the immigration status of staff was checked, four Bangladeshi men were found working illegally at Akash, having overstayed their visas. All four men are currently in detention, pending their removal from the UK.

BBC Digital is crap

I don’t know about you but digital BBC is ‘pony and trap’ (crap) for the ‘Weller’ family. Last night Mrs ‘W’ had to sit and watch her BBC programmes on the computer because we had no BBC signal can you ‘Adam and Eve’ that, Mrs ‘W’ having to embrace modern technology, my flabber was gasted!


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