Sunday, September 19, 2010

Weekly UK Immigration News Round up 19 September 2010

Vince Cable says immigration cap is damaging British industry

This week a cabinet minister, UK Business Secretary Vince Cable, unusually spoke out against official government policy.

Labour trafficking suspects arrested

The UK Border Agency reports that three Indian men have been arrested by immigration officers, in conjunction with Northamptonshire Police, in Kettering as part of an investigation into suspected labour trafficking.

Pope Benedict XVI arrives in Britain

Pope Benedict XVI arrived this morning in Edinburgh at the start of the first papal visit to the UK for 28 years.

Lord Bingham ‘the greatest judge of our time’ dies aged 76

Britain lost one of its greatest judges this week when Lord Bingham past away.

Sham marriage fixer guilty

A Portuguese man admitted acting as a ‘fixer’ in a sham marriage at a Bristol church, The UK Border Agency reports.

Former Immigration Minister Phil Woolas campaign ‘to make white folk angry’

The BBC reports that the former immigration minister Phil Woolas set out to “make the white folk angry” in his election campaign, a specially convened court heard.

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