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Nigerian Woman In Coma – Attempted Suicide Due To Deportation Order

A Nigerian woman married to a British man is currently in a coma for attempting suicide because of a deportation order from the UK Border Agency (UKBA). She said she ran away from Nigeria after witnessing the murder of her father and consequently subjected to sexual abuse. May Brown, 19 is currently studying Public Affairs at Weymouth College and hopes ...

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UK Border Agency Accused Of Murdering Ms Nanyonjo!

By Josephine Julian A border agency contracted by the UK Home Office to carry out deportations has been accused of killing a lesbian whose asylum claim was refused. Jackie Nanyonjo, a lesbian, whose asylum claim was refused by the UK Home Office and deported by Border Agency to Uganda, died on Friday, March 8, in Uganda. Jackie who was scheduled ...

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Stop Deportation of Ugandan Lesbian, UKBA Urged

Stop Deportation of Ugandan Lesbian, UKBA Urged

An online petition has been launched asking the UK Border Agency to stop deportation of a Ugandan lesbian. Linda Nakibuka, 22, came to the UK as a student. The petition which is promoted by the Movement for Justice says that while in Uganda, Linda “was attacked, sexually harassed and beaten by people who think homosexuality is a sin and contiguous. ...

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Nigerian Multi-million Pound Drug Smuggler Given 30 years in the UK

A Nigerian Multi-million Pound Drug Smuggler has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in the UK after an investigation by officers of the UK Border Agency.

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New Policy Set To Make Permanently Settling In the UK Difficult

ASYLUM SEEKERS Hit Jackpot with £5.2m Compensation

ASYLUM seekers and other immigrants are pocketing compensation cheques the size of lottery wins by suing the Agency. A staggering £5.2million has been shared out among the top 60 claimants over the past three years. Last year alone the UKBA paid £14.2million in compensation, ex-gratia payments and legal fees. One refugee got £170,000 while two others had £150,000 each. In ...

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HUMAN RIGHTS LAW: How Illegals Use it to Stay in the UK

HUMAN RIGHTS LAW: How Illegals Use it to Stay in the UK

Human rights laws are being used by immigrants to sabotage fast-track deportations. The Morton Hall detention centre was reopened last May. Since then, just about 39 people have been deported. This was made known by the Agency officials. Another 116 inmates left the former prison in the same period. However, the agency is unaware of the total number of those ...

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UKBA to Non-EU Students: Work Above 20 Hours a Week and Face Removal

The UK Border Agency has sent out a notification that non-EU students that work above the permitted 20 hours a week would be removed because it is illegal.

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Cameroonian Asylum Seeker Released from Detention

Cameroonian Asylum Seeker Released from Detention

Human rights campaigner Bernard Batey, who was detained after the police visited his house in Bury, Manchester on September 5th has been freed. He has returned to his home after nearly being repatriated to his home country, Cameroon. The Asylum seeker was detained by the UK Border agency after his battle to remain in the UK was lost. Mr Batey ...

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Forest Gate £1 million Immigration and Benefit Fraud

The UK Border Agency has arrested 8 people over a £1 million immigration and benefit fraud. It took place in the Forest Gate area of London. #UKBenefitFraud

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Lydia Besong in Fight Against Deportation From The UK

Lydia Besong fight against deportation. The Cameroonian playwright and her human rights campaigner husband are fighting with all they have to stay in the UK

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