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Another failed UK Government Agency puts British citizens in danger of terrorist attacks.

Border Agency ‘puts profits first’

Hundreds of migrant workers are left living in the UK illegally as the UK Border Agency puts profits before securing the country’s borders, an independent watchdog has said.

John Vine, the independent chief inspector of the UKBA, said  the perception among staff was that the agency’s emphasis “was always on income-generating work first”.

Controlling immigration and the quality of decisions over cases were not as much of a priority as generating income and providing customer service, many staff said.

Limited resources and the lower priority of curtailment actions compared with other work which generated more income were both blamed.

Mr Vine called for the agency to act promptly to return those living in the UK illegally.

“If people no longer qualify to stay in the UK according to their visa conditions, then they must be required to leave the country,” he said.

In October 2009 Ministers came under attack for more border control chaos after the Home Office admitted losing track of over 40,000 illegal immigrants.

A senior official conceded that tens of thousands of migrants who should have left the country more than six years ago could still be here.
A trawl of files has uncovered “no ­formal record” of any of the illegals leaving the UK.
The lapse was revealed in a letter to the Commons home affairs committee from UK Border Agency chief executive Lin Homer.
She admitted that files dating from before 2003 showed people who had failed to leave after their visas expired or had been refused permission to stay.
Police records are now being examined to see if any of them are potentially “harmful” to the public.  
Sir Andrew Green, chairman of the population think tank Migrationwatch, described the revelation as “Yet another skeleton in the Home Office cupboard.” He said: “This is symptomatic of the utter chaos in the asylum and immigration system during the past 10 years. Nobody in the private sector would get away with such a performance.”
This is yet another example how are Government is soley interested in making money instead of honouring its pledge to protect UK citizens at all times.

We have people roaming around this country illegally and no doubt some of them will fall into the hands of the militants.

How long will it be before our leadership realize that we have many inadequate babbons in our own Government putting our citizens in danger, we need to take the fight to them too.

Our fight against Militant Islam is NOT our only fight.

The views expressed in the above post are the author’s and are not intended to be construed as being those of the English Defence League.

February 16, 2011 - Posted by | UK Border Agency, UK Government | ,

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