UK Border Agency officers raided Delphi Food Products on Grenville Road in Upper Holloway at around 11:30 on Thursday 4th October 2012, where they carried out checks on staff to see if they had the right to work in the UK.
Eight Indian men, aged between 21 and 30, three Indian women aged between 23 and 26, and a Sri Lankan man aged 52 were all arrested for being in the country illegally having over-stayed their visas.
Seven of those arrested were detained pending their removal from the UK. The remainder were granted immigration bail giving them a chance to scarper and turn up somewhere else working illegally.
I wonder what this is all about
Britain’s most high-profile black woman judge, Constance Briscoe, has been arrested by police. The 55-year-old was questioned by Kent Constabulary before being bailed pending further inquiries.
‘A 55-year-old woman was arrested in Clapham, south London, on Saturday October 6th. She was interviewed by officers,’ Kent Police said in a statement.
Her arrest means that she will not be able to sit as a judge while being investigated concerning matters which cannot be revealed for legal reasons.
Tears for Nunki Pippin
PC Katherine Keohane was apparently so distressed after being told that one of her two dogs was to be taken that she broke down on the train home, prompting a member of the public to call police to report a crying pregnant policewoman. She sued the Met at an employment tribunal after her favourite sniffer dog, Nunki Pippin, was allocated to another officer when she became pregnant for the second time in less than 18 months. PC Keohane, who still works for the Met, was awarded £9,000 for ‘injury to feelings’ and a further £2,584 for loss of overtime as a result of the decision.