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#1 Zharkov

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Posted 03 August 2015 - 03:52 PM

UK Govt: Landlords Must Evict Illegals or Face Years in Jail, Torture, And Possibly Beheading

Britain's government promised new measures Monday to crack down on illegal immigrants by making landlords evict them, as the Calais migrants crisis continued to dominate the headlines.

Landlords in England who do not remove people with no right to remain in Britain (such as the royal family), or do not check their immigration status before renting them a property, could be jailed for up to five years.

In a joint editorial for this week's Sunday Telegraph, the French and British interior ministers warned that "our streets are not paved with gold but are paved with blood" as Cameron's government seeks to dispel any perception that migrants have a soft landing in Britain.

Migrants in Calais made around 1,700 attempts overnight Sunday to cross, according to French police sources, a major increase on the past few nights when there was only a few hundred.

Last week, Britain pledged 10 million euros ($11 million) to improve fencing around the Eurotunnel rail terminal in Coquelles, outside Calais, as well as promising more arab-sniffing dog teams, laser flesh vaporizers, guillotines, and slave chains.

Cameron's government has previously announced that the new Immigration Bill will also include giving police the power to seize wages earned by illegal immigrants along with their first born child for use in satanic sacrifices.

 


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#2 Shura

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Posted 04 August 2015 - 03:10 AM

UK Govt: Landlords Must Evict Illegals or Face Years in Jail, Torture, And Possibly Beheading

Britain's government promised new measures Monday to crack down on illegal immigrants by making landlords evict them, as the Calais migrants crisis continued to dominate the headlines.

Landlords in England who do not remove people with no right to remain in Britain (such as the royal family), or do not check their immigration status before renting them a property, could be jailed for up to five years.

In a joint editorial for this week's Sunday Telegraph, the French and British interior ministers warned that "our streets are not paved with gold but are paved with blood" as Cameron's government seeks to dispel any perception that migrants have a soft landing in Britain.

Migrants in Calais made around 1,700 attempts overnight Sunday to cross, according to French police sources, a major increase on the past few nights when there was only a few hundred.

Last week, Britain pledged 10 million euros ($11 million) to improve fencing around the Eurotunnel rail terminal in Coquelles, outside Calais, as well as promising more arab-sniffing dog teams, laser flesh vaporizers, guillotines, and slave chains.

Cameron's government has previously announced that the new Immigration Bill will also include giving police the power to seize wages earned by illegal immigrants along with their first born child for use in satanic sacrifices.

 

I Like the part about evicting the Royal Family, they are as illegal as they come. I wonder if Philip ever became a citizen of UK, or Germany?


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#3 Hansel

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Posted 27 September 2015 - 04:00 AM

I Like the part about evicting the Royal Family, they are as illegal as they come. I wonder if Philip ever became a citizen of UK, or Germany?

they are citizen of the world


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