In our Morrisons a few weeks ago Carlsberg did an offer which was packs of 2×12 cans of lager for £15 which were plastic wrapped together but Mrs ‘W’ spotted this week in Morrisons they had clearly split the 2×12 packs into single packs selling them for £10 a pack of 12 thus making £5 profit. A nice little earner.
Mind you sodium fluoride is also used in teeth care products
Immigration Officers well busy as September starts
Five illegals have been arrested during enforcement operations at businesses in Gwynedd and Flintshire, Wales, checking the immigration status of staff.
On 4th September, Immigration officers visited the East Meets West restaurant on High Street, Abersoch, where they arrested three Bangladeshi men aged 24, 26 and 29, who had overstayed their visas and were working illegally.
On 5th September, officers raided the Caerwys Stores on South Street, Caerwys, where two Indian men, aged 27 and 43, were arrested for immigration offences.
All the men arrested are currently in Home Office detention awaiting their removal from the UK.
Meanwhile in Northern Ireland.
On 3rd September, a 55-year-old Bangladeshi man was arrested at a residential address in south Belfast for overstaying his visa.
On 4th September at the Zaiqa Tandoori takeaway on Grand Parade, Belfast, a 41-year-old Pakistani man who had entered the UK illegally was arrested. Another Pakistani man aged 28 was also arrested when found to be working illegally in breach of his visa conditions. None of those encountered had the right to work in the UK. Those arrested in Belfast are being held in a detention centre in Larne House, Larne while steps are taken to also remove them from the country.
and in Merseyside
Two illegal workers have been arrested following an operation carried out by Immigration officers in Merseyside. On Thursday 3rd September, our officers visited two Chinese takeaways to carry out checks on the immigration status of staff.
At Mei Mei on Seaforth Road in Liverpool, a 30-year-old Chinese woman was arrested for working illegally.
Officers then arrested a 25-year-old Chinese man at Yum Yum, on Warrington Road in Penketh for overstaying his visa and working illegally. Both illegal workers are currently detained pending their removal from the UK.