November 2021

Housing Asylum Claimants In Hotels Costs £70 Million Per Year (or More)

As of 28 February 2021, there were approximately 8,700 people accommodated in under 90 different hotels across the UK. This is to be found in correspondence from the Home Office to the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, dated February 2021. (The Home Office confirmed in September that the figure may have dropped slightly […]

Our Border Is Not Secure

The news that the Liverpool bomber was a rejected asylum seeker prompted some tough questions this week. The Remembrance Day horror, which could have been much worse, is the latest example of the dangers and deadly risks posed by lax and negligent immigration enforcement policies. It is totally irresponsible and only jeopardises the safety of British citizens. […]

19th November 2021 (Newsletters)

Immigration Data Blind Spots

This week we highlighted yet another instance of the government all but giving up on enforcement of immigration law. A recent paper by the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration (ICIBI) showed that more than 70,000 migrants who were previously required to report to the immigration authorities have been let off reporting in person over the last eighteen months. […]

Crossings Surge, Arrests Plummet

We released a new analysis which remarkably showed that – even as illegal arrivals by boat have skyrocketed, with the 2021 total now surpassing the 20,000 mark (as we forecast back in June, see here in The Sun) – there has been a fall in the number of UK arrests of those connected with these deadly and illegal crossings […]

Control’s Pointless With No Reduction

There are increasing calls from big business and the immigration lobby for ever more loosening of the visa system despite the already comprehensive weakening of the system with the introduction of the points-based system. Indeed, the Chancellor made a virtue of it in his budget speech on Wednesday. Alleged labour shortages, supply-chain delays and the need […]

How Many Taxpayer-funded Mobile Phones Have Been Given To Illegal Immigrants?

Tens of thousands of taxpayer-funded mobile phones are being handed to foreign criminals who are subject to deportation and the rocketing number of people who came here without permission, including those who claimed asylum after entering the UK by dinghy. 14,000 were given out just between January and September this year. However, the total number […]

Channel Crossings Are A Scandal But Illegal Entries Via All Routes Are Rising Fast

Illegal entries via different routes are information provided by the Home Office suggests there have been at least 76,000 people detected illegally entering the UK by different routes, including hiding in the back of vehicles, by small boat and via air arrivals without documentation. The 32,000 who have arrived by small boat since the start […]


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