More illegals caught

Posted: July 10, 2013 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder
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codHome Office immigration officers, they’re not called Border Agency anymore apparently, visited Mr Cod on Slough High Street at around 1.30pm on Wednesday 26th June where they carried out immigration checks on members of staff.
They arrested a 37-year-old man from Pakistan who was found to be a failed asylum seeker. He was detained pending his removal from the UK.
They then moved on to Arrow Embroidery Services on Wexham Road.
Four people were arrested, all Indian men aged between 20 and 31. Two were found to have over-stayed their visas and two had entered the UK illegally. All four were detained pending their removal.

Four immigration offenders have been arrested after a raid in Ramsey, Cambridgeshire.

Whatever they’re called now officers visited the Indiaana Restaurant in High Street on 3rd July at 17:00. Checks found that four people on the site, believed to be members of staff, were immigration offenders from Bangladesh.
Three of the men, aged 67, 37 and 32, had overstayed their visas, while the 4th, aged 36, was working in breach of his visa conditions.
These four were also taken into immigration detention pending their removal from the UK.

More wool pulled over our eyes.

Danny Alexander, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said ministers were considering “further decisions” on the length of work required to qualify for the old-age benefit. He was speaking as politicians debate the rising cost of state pensions. Pensioner benefits cost the country almost £90 billion, with the bill likely to rise considerably in the coming decades as people live longer.

No mention of the millions of immigrants entering our country and able to claim a pension when they retire but haven’t paid into the UK pension system their whole working life.

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