Immigration to the United Kingdom

124,000 immigrants lost by UK Border Agency

Sat, 05/11/2011 - 14:29

The UK’s ‘border agency’ has lost 124,000 asylum seekers and migrants in the last year, it has been revealed. UKBA figures showed the number of individuals lost by the agency had almost tripled in six months from 40,500 in March to 124,000 in September. 


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Britain ‘unable’ to deport over 5,000 foreign criminals

Mon, 31/10/2011 - 19:16

More than 5,000 foreign criminals – including murderers, rapists and child sex offenders – who should have been kicked out of Britain are still here, with most claiming deportation would breach their human rights. 


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Almost 100,000 asylum seekers lost by UK Border Agency

Thu, 15/09/2011 - 13:59

Ninety-eight thousand asylum seekers will remain in Britain after being lost by the Government’s incompetent border agency, it has been revealed. 


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500,000 Illegal Immigrants Allowed to Stay in Britain because Border Staff Are Too Busy to Look for Them

By Stephen Palmer – Cuts to the UK Border Agency mean that half a million more illegal immigrants will be allowed to stay in Britain as agency staff are “too busy” to try and find them. 


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UK Border Agency to Lose 7,883 Employees as Illegal Workers Get to Stay

The Government’s “budget cuts” will force the UK Border Agency (UKBA) to shed 7,883 officials, just as its chief independent inspector John Vine said that “hundreds” of illegal immigrants have been allowed to stay on by that body.


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UK Border Agency Budget Cut by 20% as Fewer Illegals Deported

New figures have revealed that fewer illegal immigrants than ever get deported after breaking immigration laws in Britain, just as the 20 percent UK Border Agency (UKBA) budget cuts begin to bite.


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“Points Based System” Is a Failure, Says MigrationWatch

The Conservative and Labour Parties’ policy of “points based migration” is a total failure and “is an ineffective instrument for the task,” independent think tank Migrationwatch has announced.


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Government Admits They Do Not Know Where Asylum Seekers are in Britain

The British National Party's criticism of the government's handling of the immigration crisis was vindicated recently as the Home Office has admitted that tens of thousands of asylum seekers whereabouts cannot be traced with a further estimated 450,000 asylum cases unresolved.


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MigrationWatch UK Exposes Yet another ConDem Immigration Betrayal

The ConDem regime’s much-vaunted “student immigration control” plans specifically exclude “short term student visas” which think tank MigrationWatch UK has correctly identified as an equally-abused illegal immigration channel.


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“Immigration Cap Will Make No Difference,” Says Office for Budget Responsibility Report

As new figures show that immigrants will create 83,000 extra households every year for the next 25 years, a report from the Government’s own Office of Budget Responsibility (OBR) has shown that an immigration cap “will make no difference” to inward migration statistics.


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