More than a quarter of a million Bulgarians and Romanians have come to Britain over the past five years which doesn’t bode well for next year when the UK becomes open house to them.
About half that number were allowed in as farm workers on short-term contracts and thousands more got permanent posts.
In total, more than 175,000 National Insurance numbers were handed out to workers from the two countries. The remaining 75,000 people settled here with their families. No wonder Toff/Tories want old people to be thrown out of their homes, they’ve got to provide houses for all these migrants somehow after Maggie Thatcher sold off council houses at knockdown prices.
Same old , same old
Six people have been arrested on suspicion of immigration offences following a series of UK Border Agency operations across Cheshire on 27th February.
Officers visited Hartwells Garage, Chester Road in Cheshire and arrested two Ghanaian men who were in the country illegally. One of the men, a 45-year-old was found to have entered the UK illegally while the other, a 43-year-old, was found to have overstayed his visa. Both men were employed through Falcon Car Care.
Officers also visited Agra Fort Restaurant, Cambridge Road in Ellesmere Port in a joint operation with Cheshire police. There they discovered four Bangladeshi men aged between 31 and 33. None had the right to be in the UK, having either having overstayed their visa or entered the UK illegally. All four men were arrested. All six men currently remain in detention pending their removal from the UK.
The very next day
Two shops in Aberdeen were found employing five illegal workers following a UK Border Agency operation.
Officers targeted two shops, Discount Stores and American Candy Co, on Union Street, Aberdeen, on 28th February.
After checking the immigration statuses of staff, officers discovered five Pakistani men, aged 23 to 28, who were working illegally. Two of the men were arrested in the American Candy Co and the other three in the Discount Store. It is believed that the men worked between both shops and lived at shared accommodation in the Cornhill area of Aberdeen. All five are currently in detention, pending their removal from the UK.