Ah…yes they could if the political will was there, but at the present time there’s not, so the Border Union Chief is more than likely correct.
‘The chances of being caught are very, very slim’: Border union chief makes astonishing admission that hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants will NEVER be kicked out of Britain
- A border workers’ union boss made admission about UK’s immigration powers
- She said it is impossible to track down huge numbers of UK’s illegal immigrants
- Warning comes days after pictures emerged of Albanians heading for the UK
- An expert warned we could be home to more than a million illegal immigrants
Border workers’ trade union chief Lucy Moreton admitted illegals are ‘very very’ unlikely to be caught and kicked out
It is impossible to track down the hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants working on the black market in the UK, a border workers’ union boss has warned.
Swinging cuts to the immigration enforcement workforce has left the country vulnerable, it is claimed.
And there will be no way of enforcing new rules on EU nationals once the Government’s post-Brexit immigration strategy is eventually finalised.
That is the warning from Lucy Moreton, of the Border Force workers’ trade union the ISU.
She told the Sun: ‘If you are here illegally you can survive very well, you access medical services your child can go to school the chances of us catching you are very, very slim.
‘If you don’t break the law we are not going to get you as we don’t have the resources. We can’t catch you.’
Just days ago pictures emerged of Albanians hiding in lorries and posing for ‘stowaway selfies’ on their way to Britain.