Following last week’s report that the Attorney General had employed an illegal immigrant, the media has published further revelations piling more pressure on Baroness Scotland, one of the architects of the 2006 Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act, to resign.
In an interview with the Mail on Sunday, the Attorney General’s former housekeeper, Tongan Loloahi Tapui, claims that she did not show Baroness Scotland a passport when she was employed to work for her in January.
Police and immigration officers have arrested Loloahi Tapui, the Tongan housekeeper who was sacked by Baroness Scotland last week after it was revealed she was working illegally for the Attorney General in her London home.
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