Tuesday, September 04, 2007

30% of failed asylum seekers bribed to leave

ONE in three failed asylum seekers kicked out by Labour has to be bribed to leave, costing the taxpayer millions of pounds a year.

More than 5,300 refused applicants who left the UK last year did so after being handed up to £3,000 each in cash and support in kind.

The bribes have continued at a similar rate this year as ministers try to clear the backlog of hundreds of failed asylum

seekers who are still here.

Figures show more failed applicants stayed here last year than were removed. The number of removals is at its lowest level for five years.

This has been going on for years. Infact as I blogged in July many come back after being bribed to leave and that is perfectly legal.

We shouldn’t be paying these people to leave. If they have failed to get asylum they should have no other choice but to leave. If they don’t like it then it is tough for them.

Hat tip: Nationalist Dissident Voice.

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