6 Responses to “Live-in Caretakers of Torquay Hotel with three children lose jobs and home for migrant occupation”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    The Home Secretary already has the legal power to refuse asylum to all those arriving from France

    Twenty years ago, Britain’s then Home Secretary struck a deal with France that would end the problem of asylum -seekers sneaking into this country from the French coast. That same year, a law was passed in this country which gave the Home Secretary the legal power to refuse asylum to everybody arriving from France. This law is not, and has never been, used

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKbSVZsYF94/watch?v=kKbSVZsYF94

  2. sovereigntea says:

    Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002

    PART 4A Inadmissible asylum claims

    80A.Asylum claims by EU nationals

    80B.Asylum claims by persons with connection to safe third State

    80C.Meaning of “connection” to a safe third State

    https://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2002/41/contents

  3. sovereigntea says:

    (1)The Secretary of State may declare an asylum claim made by a person (a “claimant”) who has a connection to a safe third State inadmissible.

    (2)Subject to subsection (7), an asylum claim declared inadmissible under subsection (1) cannot be considered under the immigration rules.

    (3)A declaration under subsection (1) that an asylum claim is inadmissible is not a decision to refuse the claim and, accordingly, no right of appeal under section 82(1)(a) (appeal against refusal of protection claim) arises.

    (4)For the purposes of this section, a State is a “safe third State” in relation to a claimant if—

    (a)the claimant’s life and liberty are not threatened in that State by reason of their race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion,

    (b)the State is one from which a person will not be sent to another State—

    (i)otherwise than in accordance with the Refugee Convention, or

    (ii)in contravention of their rights under Article 3 of the Human Rights Convention (freedom from torture or inhuman or degrading treatment), and

    (c)a person may apply to be recognised as a refugee and (if so recognised) receive protection in accordance with the Refugee Convention, in that State.

    (5)For the purposes of this section, a claimant has “a connection” to a safe third State if they meet any of conditions 1 to 5 set out in section 80C in relation to the State.

    (6)The fact that an asylum claim has been declared inadmissible under subsection (1) by virtue of the claimant’s connection to a particular safe third State does not prevent the Secretary of State from removing the claimant to any other safe third State.

  4. sovereigntea says:

    AND THAT IS HOW EVERY HOME SEC HAS BETRAYED OUR NATION SINCE THE LEGISLATION WAS PASSED BUT NOT ACTED UPON.

    TRAITORS ONE AND ALL

  5. ian says:

    Wonderful information there S’. As you say, Traitors every one.

    • sovereigntea says:

      As ever happy to share.

      Damn shame the general population is so lacking in wit & balls to remove the sinister clowns responsible.