Conservative Boris Johnson has won a second term as London mayor, beating Labour rival Ken Livingstone by 3%, after a far closer contest than expected. The controversial Mayor has sometimes been at odds with his own party on policy. Whilst the main Tory line is to reduce immigration, Boris favours an amnesty for illegal immigrants in London.
On the other hand, do we really want a U.S. style hospital service which checks your wallet before your pulse? Ironic that whilst EU citizens (Romanians and Bulgarians) must take out expensive medical policies to study and work in Britain, non-EU migrants, elderly dependants and Tier 4 students do not need any insurance to come to the UK. And so called ‘health tourists’ can fly in on a UK tourist visa and get free treatment on the NHS.
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Worker Registration and Yellow Card applications for Bulgarians and Romanians are taking up to six months to process, the UK Border Agency warns.
The BBC reports that leaked figures obtained by the Labour Party reveal that around 880 officers (10%) have been cut from the UK Border Force since 2010.
Long queues at London’s Heathrow Airport have put the UK Border Force on the back foot. Border Force chief Brian Moore insists that it is “fully prepared to manage busy periods” such as the Olympics despite criticism over recent delays.
A Nigerian national, who rented his identity to two illegal immigrants so they could get jobs and stay in Britain, has been jailed for 4 years, following an investigation by the UK Border Agency.
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The three top places in the list were dominated by foreign-born magnates with a base in Britain who earned their fortunes from resource-based industries such as minerals, steel and oil. Look in any British high street and you will see businesses run by Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Chinese, Turkish and increasingly Eastern European entrepreneurs from Poland, Bulgaria and Romania.
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