The three defendants had previously pleaded guilty to assisting unlawful immigration on 12th October 2012. Kazeem Adeeyo, a 44-year-old Nigerian, admitted entering into a sham marriage with Argenise Vrutall on 21st March 2009 at St Pauls church, Paddington Close in Salford.
Jadesola Gabriel, a 32-year-old Nigerian woman, who was in a genuine relationship with Adeeyo, also admitted to entering into a sham marriage with Akos Szirbury, a 35-year-old Hungarian. This marriage took place at St John the Baptist church, Carlton in Nottingham on 11th October 2008.
Both Adeeyo and Szirbury were sentenced to 11 months and Gabriel to six months imprisonment. During and following these marriages Adeeyo and Gabriel continued to live together in Manchester with their two children. Children eh, no chance of deporting that pair then.
According to Theresa May, Britain is powerless to stop tens of thousands of Bulgarians and Romanians from coming to live in Britain from next year when restrictions are lifted.
Bear in mind this will give 29 million Bulgarians and Romanians the right to live and work unrestricted in Britain under European “freedom of movement” rules.
Consider this, we have at least three million unemployed plus a few million on part-time hours that the government doesn’t count in the unemployment figures, unlike the Americans.
In January the Sun reported there were 450,000 jobs available across the UK, this doesn’t mean they’re full time jobs either, so if Toff/Tories manage to force people into these vacant jobs then we still have a few million out of work.
Plans to force the elderly and those not using every room in their social housing out of their homes into smaller dwellings to make way for bigger families are due to start next year because of housing shortages.
Therefore Theresa May should clearly state if an immigrant does not have a job to start or somewhere to live then they can’t enter the UK. Easypeasy I should be the Home Secretary, I’ll do the job for half her wage and not claim any expenses either.