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Muslim College Staff Arrested for Immigration Scam

LED away in cuffs, this woman is accused of helping run a bogus college so illegal immigrants could settle on Tyneside.

Task force detectives today smashed the suspected sham college allegedly being used to illegally bring foreign nationals into the region.

Officers from the UK Border Agency’s Immigration Crime Team arrested four senior staff from Castle College in Park Road, Felling, Gateshead, following a series of dawn raids across Tyneside.

Investigators believe the directors were using the college as a front to allow foreign nationals to dodge immigration laws.

The directors are also alleged to have used college funds to bring friends and family into the North East as “overseas students”, but they did not attend lectures.

The Border Agency has now suspended the college’s licence to enrol overseas pupils and more than 80 students will also be investigated.

Detectives are today working to establish whether any students or staff have links with criminal gangs.

Det Insp Paul Foggin, who headed up the investigation, said those arrested are being quizzed on suspicion of using the college to facilitate immigration offences.

A number of students have also been arrested after they were found to have breached the terms of their visas. They are expected to be removed from the country.

Det Insp Foggin said: “The raids that took place this morning are the result of a long and complex investigation.

“Those arrested are now in police custody and will be questioned today.”

The staff arrested were a 33-year-old Bangladeshi man, two men from Pakistan, aged 37 and 41, and a Pakistani woman aged 37.

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March 1, 2011 Posted by | Illegal Immigrants, Immigration, Muslim, Students, UK Border Agency | , , | Leave a comment

Student Protesters Can Behave If They Want To

The EDL were successfully ‘Kettled’ on  Saturday 5th January in Luton. Police tactics were the same as those  used in all three London student demonstrations. A route was agreed,  police lines were deployed to keep the marchers within that route and  organisers had their own marshals to assist.

About 2000 – 3000 potentially violent football thugs were ‘escorted’ in a moving ‘kettle’ from the railway station to St  Georges Square and then contained while they listened to speeches etc,  before being escorted back to the railway station.

St Georges Square, Luton. Taken 5 minutes after the EDL supporters left the area. Note the fencing still in place, the undamaged public phone boxes and lack of graffiti.

Here are some points:
1. They passed several unguarded police vans and did NOT trash them.
2. There was NO criminal damage or large-scale violence.
3. NO police officers were assaulted.
4 They achieved mass media coverage for their cause.
Many people are asking  why the EDL can cooperate in a perfectly  acceptable way with these tactics when according to the perceived  left-wing wisdom, ‘Kettling’ causes people to boil over and be violent?
The answer is simple:
1. They didn’t ‘kick off’ because they decided to remain peaceful because it suited their agenda.
2. The organisation itself was VERY CLEAR on social networking sites beforehand that they did not want any trouble.

Parliament Square, London. Taken the day after student protesters left the area. Students say damage to buildings is inconsequential; but who pays for repairs?

EDL supporters are as angry and frustrated about their agenda as the  students, if not more so. My view is that if the EDL can behave in  public, student protesters can too.

Or are we saying that students have more ‘anger management’ and ‘self control issues’ than football hooligans?

February 14, 2011 Posted by | EDL, kettling, police tactics, Students, UAF | , | Leave a comment