No words needed here.
A £50,000 stretch limo was hired for £3,000 to ferry asylum seekers from London to Manchester, it was claimed yesterday.
The 16-seat Hummer took seven Africans from the village hotel they had been staying in to their new homes. The chauffeur told astonished locals that the Home Office was picking up the tab.
Residents in Longford, near Heathrow, say they are ‘overwhelmed’ with migrants who have turned their village into a transit camp.
(men in question not in this picture)
Asylum seekers ferried around in a stretch limo: £50,000 Hummer chauffers migrants from London to Manchester after village was ‘overwhelmed’ (and guess who’s picking up the £3,000 bill!)
Typically the preserve of hen and stag parties, this 16-seater luxury vehicle pulled up in the historic village of Longford. The village, in the London Borough of Hillingdon, is currently home to dozens of migrants who are being put up by the Home Office in residential properties. Normally they are taken from Longford to longer-term accommodation around the country in buses or coaches. But villagers were shocked when the Hummer (pictured) turned up earlier this year, reportedly to ferry migrants to their new homes.