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Canadian woman denied visa on grounds of unaffectionate marriage must leave sick husband in the U.K.

A Canadian woman who was once denied a British visa on the grounds that her 45-year marriage lacked affection is asking the government to reconsider in light of her husband’s health. 530 more words


Chaos at London Stanstead Airport as Border Force "Forget" it is a Bank Holiday Weekend

Chaos at London Stanstead Airport as Border Force “Forget” it is a Bank Holiday Weekend

Border Force, the re-branded UK Border Agency, are still as much use as a Chocolate Teapot, when it comes to getting people through Passport Control. 114 more words

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Err, eh I’m sorry?!

The government sack a corporation due failing to deliver a secure border control therefore letting in God knows how many terrorists and the UK government are forced to pay them £224 Million?! 142 more words

Lies to Me, Fraud Against the UK Border Agency

So if you’ve been following my sad saga, you know about the Big Lie.  To recap briefly, near the beginning of my relationship with my wife, I had asked her if she owned her home.  1,854 more words


Yet More Illegals - What To Do?

The headline today is of  illegal immigrants who got into the country in a freight container from Belgium. One died. The sad thing is, this is symptomatic of the desperate measures these people will go to just to get into Britain. 1,406 more words


In work or out of work, the Tories don't give a shit about you.

Reposted from the Independent

This comment on the article from “Jools” says it all …

JOOLS 1 hours ago

Nobody cares about workers anymore. This Government has made it acceptable that workers health, safety and lack of pay is collateral damage to the profit taking and executive pay. 932 more words

UK Family Migration: UK Home Office wins judgment on minimum income threshold

Judgment on the long-awaited UK Family Migration appeal has been handed down recently.

The minimum income threshold for British citizens to sponsor a non-EEA spouse or partner or child to come and live in the UK was introduced in July 2012. 102 more words

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