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Welsh rugby league side Crusaders facing heavy fine over visas

Welsh rugby league side Crusaders facing heavy fine over visas
Still reeling from a managerial fiasco that led to six of their players being sent home earlier this year, the Welsh rugby league club Celtic Crusaders is now facing additional fines of up to £60,000. Tony Duggan, Damien Quinn, Darren Mapp, Jace van Dijk, Mark Dalle and Josh Hannay were all deported from the UK in August having been found...

Suspected brothel raids net five

Suspected brothel raids net five
Officers from the UK Border Agency have netted a total of five immigration offenders in a series of raids across Colchester and Ipswich at suspected brothels. On the 23rd of November the UKBA led a joint operation in conjunction with Suffolk and Essex police, the Metropolitan Police Clubs and the Department for Work and Pensions which saw...

Q3 statistics for immigration and asylum released by Home Office

Q3 statistics for immigration and asylum released by Home Office
Last week saw the UK Home Office release immigration statistics for the period from July to September 2009. These statistics cover asylum applications, removals from the United Kingdom of illegal migrants and migration figures from Eastern Europe. According to Border and Immigration Minister Phil Woolas the statistics show that net...

UKBA crackdowns on illegal workers in Lincolnshire

UKBA crackdowns on illegal workers in Lincolnshire
Some 17 illegal workers have been caught in the latest UK Border Agency raids across Lincolnshire as the agency continues its campaign of targeting rogue employers. The UKBA has made a very public fight to seek out and close down those who lure illegal migrants to the UK for illegal jobs. On November 20th in the early evening officers...

New poll reveals immigration backlash

Posted on December 1, 2009 in Politics UK Immigration US
STORY LINK New poll reveals immigration backlash
New poll reveals immigration backlash
On a day where government released statistics showed that immigration fell by 163,000 in 2008 a new poll from Migrationwatch UK has revealed that the vast majority of the British public are worried about immigration and want it dramatically slashed to limit any forecasted population explosion. In order to prevent the UK population reaching...

Lord Pearson plays on Islam fears to win Ukip party nomination

Lord Pearson plays on Islam fears to win Ukip party nomination
Lord Pearson, the former conservative and millionaire campaigner against immigration, has been elected to the position of Leader of the UK Independence Party (Ukip) on the back of his promotion of the ‘growing threat of Islamism’. Announced to the post yesterday, Lord Pearson of Rannoch’s campaign has had at its heart the question of...

Indian students facing desperate times in the UK

Indian students facing desperate times in the UK
In London, Sikh temples offer solace and a free lunch for hundreds of destitute and desperate Indian students who are discovering that the dream they bought into of a worry-free and beneficial student life in the UK is far from reality. Increasingly commonplace amongst students from the sub-continent, many Indian immigrants are struggling...

Expats choose Queensland as best Australian location to migrate to

Expats choose Queensland as best Australian location to migrate to
Beautiful one day, perfect the next. That’s the motto of Australia’s sunshine state Queensland, whose blue skies and sandy beaches have contributed to it being more popular than any other Australian state to settle in for expats. New figures from the Australian government have revealed that 20 percent of all new emigrants into...

British borders could soon be patrolled by drone aircraft

British borders could soon be patrolled by drone aircraft
Military-style unmanned drone aircraft could soon be seen in the ranks of the UK police force as the fight against drug smugglers and illegal immigrants continues along Britain’s coastline. The drones or Unmanned Autonomous Systems (UAS) have been employed by British armed forces in order to monitor enemy action in Afghanistan. The new...

Two thirds of voters say Immigration is bad for Britain

Two thirds of voters say Immigration is bad for Britain
A poll released last night shows the two in three UK voters feel that immigration is bad for Britain. The survey, which looked at a range of policies regarding border control, revealed that 67 percent of voters feel that there was a negative effect on the UK from immigration. The majority of pollsters expressed concerns that immigration...