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Police Force To Toughen Up The Iq Requirements For Entry To The Force

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Gordon Brown is expected to announce a toughing up of the entry requirements for people wishing to join the police force after it has been revealed many officers have brains smaller than that of a domestic rat.

Nine suspected illegal migrants arrested at a lorry depot are on the run after police trusted them to make their own way to an immigration office more than 80 miles away.

Cambridgeshire police seized the Afghan men as they were hiding in a lorry at a depot in the village of Fordham near Ely. They were believed to have entered on the lorry via a port on the south coast.

Police informed the immigration authorities at St Ives and were said to have waited for immigration officers to arrive, but with all their cells full and without the "capability to look after them", later that day Cambridgeshire police bought the nine men single tickets, gave them verbal travel directions and then escorted them onto a train bound for London.

The men were supposed to make their way to the 20-storey Lunar House in Croydon, south London, which houses the headquarters of the Border and Immigration Agency (BIA). They were never seen again.

They disappeared on February 5 but all efforts since to trace them have failed, according to police. Cambridgeshire police said they made the decision on the advice of immigration officials and insisted it was accepted practice.

Inspector Alan Savile said: "In matters of this nature, the police are led by the UK Immigration Service, which in turns follows the Home Office instruction.

"In this instance the immigration service in St Ives was consulted and the decision taken to direct individuals to the immigration facility at Croydon, which is accepted practice."

Last night the Home Office denied suggestions it was accepted practice to ask suspected illegal migrants to make their own way to detention centres. It said immigration officers had advised police to detain the men until they could be arrested, interviewed and taken to a detention centre.

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Gordon Brown is expected to announce a toughing up of the entry requirements for people wishing to join the police force after it has been revealed many officers have brains smaller than that of a domestic rat.

Nine suspected illegal migrants arrested at a lorry depot are on the run after police trusted them to make their own way to an immigration office more than 80 miles away.

Cambridgeshire police seized the Afghan men as they were hiding in a lorry at a depot in the village of Fordham near Ely. They were believed to have entered on the lorry via a port on the south coast.

Police informed the immigration authorities at St Ives and were said to have waited for immigration officers to arrive, but with all their cells full and without the "capability to look after them", later that day Cambridgeshire police bought the nine men single tickets, gave them verbal travel directions and then escorted them onto a train bound for London.

The men were supposed to make their way to the 20-storey Lunar House in Croydon, south London, which houses the headquarters of the Border and Immigration Agency (BIA). They were never seen again.

They disappeared on February 5 but all efforts since to trace them have failed, according to police. Cambridgeshire police said they made the decision on the advice of immigration officials and insisted it was accepted practice.

Inspector Alan Savile said: "In matters of this nature, the police are led by the UK Immigration Service, which in turns follows the Home Office instruction.

"In this instance the immigration service in St Ives was consulted and the decision taken to direct individuals to the immigration facility at Croydon, which is accepted practice."

Last night the Home Office denied suggestions it was accepted practice to ask suspected illegal migrants to make their own way to detention centres. It said immigration officers had advised police to detain the men until they could be arrested, interviewed and taken to a detention centre.

And for those who think (as I did) that this is a wind-up:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/cambrid...ire/7288478.stm :blink:

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You could'nt make that up it's so british it has to be true!

Imagine if world war two happenned today we'd be giving German prisoners boats and telling them to"Make your way up the coast lad to scotland and ask directions! HE!HE!

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You could'nt make that up it's so british it has to be true!

Imagine if world war two happenned today we'd be giving German prisoners boats and telling them to"Make your way up the coast lad to scotland and ask directions! HE!HE!

Perhhaps they did win the war but just felt sorry for us and created a matrix like coverup to stop our minds from exploding due to the fact we could not take being british no more.

thats why we percieve the world is going to hell in a handcart becuase the germans, 60 years later still cant compute britishness.....hmmmmm! time for bl''dy bed!

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  • 293 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
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      • up 5%



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