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What happens to failed asylum seekers ?


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Answer - nothing.   They just carry on being housed and fed at public expense, in the hope of eventually being given leave to stay.  So it's no wonder that Britain is the "go to" place for anyone in the world seeking "a better life".   This will continue until and unless we start to forcibly deport them, and include the backlog, which is estimated in the millions by now.   😠

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depends on what number of appeal they are on and how much money the HR wallas are being paid to keep appealing.

pro bono publico should be applied for each case and see how long it takes then. no win no stay should be the motto.

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But that's the point Sid, they stay whether or not; you can count on your hands the numbers actually deported, probably due to criminal activity.  Now the idea of shipping them all to Rwanda looks like a non starter, as the HR lawyers are seeking a judicial review on behalf of two sample grunts.  This nonsense is costing us £5million per day in Hotel charges, plus their weekly allowance, access to health and education, and free legal aid -  we've been turned into a joke.  (MBGA).   😠

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2 hours ago, Observer II said:

But that's the point Sid, they stay whether or not; you can count on your hands the numbers actually deported, probably due to criminal activity.  Now the idea of shipping them all to Rwanda looks like a non starter, as the HR lawyers are seeking a judicial review on behalf of two sample grunts.  This nonsense is costing us £5million per day in Hotel charges, plus their weekly allowance, access to health and education, and free legal aid -  we've been turned into a joke.  (MBGA).   😠

Obs, in the first three quarters of 2021 you would have needed 7913 fingers to count those deported. ONS figures, might you be exaggerating a little. The judicial review is unlikely to succeed as far as I can see as nothing in the proposal is forbidden by the European Convention on Human Rights to which we are party through membership of the Council of Europe and is nothing to do with the EU or Brexit.

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Presumably your figure refers to those who have commited  crimes, there are four times that numbers of channel crossers alone and they're still comming in record numbers, perhaps the ONS give figures on that ?    😠

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2 hours ago, Observer II said:

Presumably your figure refers to those who have commited  crimes, there are four times that numbers of channel crossers alone and they're still comming in record numbers, perhaps the ONS give figures on that ?    😠

It include the crims but the figures relate to more than than. The number of returnees was higher in quarters of previous years. \the numbers you ask for are published by the MOD now but the ones for 2021 from the Home Office for the same three quarters were 17084 and for the whole year 28526. Since you ask.

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Just clocked a clip with Nigel on YouTube, with some guy claiming we've had 3 million immigrants in over the last decade.  But whatever figures get banded about, what is clear, is that more come in, than go out.   The MSM  are deliberately ignoring the issue, no reports on arrivals (every day at Dover);  no reports on their distribution throughout the UK, no information on numbers in or out; and the Gov are complicit in keeping it from Joe Public.     😠

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