Good news from Greater Manchester. There will soon be 5 less Muslims to worry about after home office personal raided Euro Linen in Ashton. There they found 5 illegal immigrants from Bangladesh working in the laundry who now face deportation.
Immigrants such as these men who outstayed their visas and those entering the country in the back of trucks are a financial burden to the nation and every taxpayer. By working illegally they are not only taking jobs from legit workers but will be paying no tax or national insurance on their earnings ,meaning greedy employers can pay them a reduced wage than they would do a legal worker.
That’s OK for them to do when they don’t have families to support, mortgages and other bills to pay. Chances are there will be 10 of them living in a 1 bedroom flat eating cheap boil in the bag rice and 17p tins of beans from Aldi.
If 1 of the Muslim immigrants should happen to do something stupid like lean inside a tumble dryer without 1st switching it off because he cant understand the health and safety rules due to poor English.His equally clueless mate presses go and the Muslim gets mangled in the drum. We’re talking serious injury here, arm hanging off and stuck in the machine. Then it will be all the hard working tax/NI paying Brits who will be footing the costs for the Fire Brigade to cut him out, the air ambulance to fly him to a hospital and the team of specialist surgeons and nursing staff to sew his arm back on and nurse him back to full health
The morales of this story is illegal immigrants should not be here, therefore they are criminals taking the jobs of British people and funded at the expense everyone of us.
As for those illegal Muslim criminals in the UK dragging it down the meassage is simple ‘Do as the immigrant van says and piss off back where you came from your not wanted here’
Illegal immigrants face deportation following factory raid
1 Oct 2013 16:50
Home Office officials swooped on Euro Linen UK Ltd, at Plantation Industrial Estate on Whitelands Road in Ashton-under-Lyne
Five illegal immigrants face deportation after being snared in a raid on a factory.
Home Office officials swooped on Euro Linen UK Ltd, at Plantation Industrial Estate on Whitelands Road in Ashton-under-Lyne.
They carried out checks on staff present and arrested five Bangladeshi men aged between 23 and 37 who had overstayed their visas or were working in breach of their visa conditions.
None of the men had the right to work in the UK.
The business was served a notice warning that a civil penalty of £10,000 per illegal worker found will be imposed unless they can prove correct right-to-work checks were carried out.
Paul Airlie, from the Home Office Immigration Enforcement Team, welcomed the raid, which happened on Friday.
He said: “Illegal working fuels illegal immigration to the UK and that is why we are carrying out operations like these in Ashton.“These arrests are a warning to anyone who is in the UK illegally. We will catch up with and you will face arrest, detention and removal from the country.
“We would urge anyone with detailed and specific information about suspected immigration offending to get in touch.”
Anyone who suspects that illegal workers are being employed at a business or someone is living in the UK illegally can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.