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TomandJerry

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Oct 1, 2013
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The Italian restaurant Donatello could be fined £120,000 and face losing its premises licence after six illegal workers were found.

Immigration enforcement officers raided the restaurant, in Brighton Place, Brighton, on November 9 after receiving intelligence and found a Russian man, four Uzbekistani men and a woman from the Ivory Coast.

The Uzbekistani men were arrested for breach of their visa conditions and detained and will be “dealt with according to immigration rules”.
 




jcdenton08

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Oct 17, 2008
5,712
I don’t understand. The rules are very clear. To work in the UK, you need the legal right to work. If you don’t have the legal right to work, you are working illegally.

If an employer hires people without the legal right to work and doing due diligence to get proof of this, they have broken the law.

It’s like the football betting with Ivan Toney. The rules are very clear. It doesn’t matter if people don’t like the rules, or they “have a point”, if you act outside of the very well established and known laws they will be punished.

It’s really not rocket science. Don’t hire people who don’t have the legal right to work. And if you don’t have the right to work and are caught working, expect to be punished.
 


Brian Fantana

Members
Oct 8, 2006
6,298
In the field
I don’t understand. The rules are very clear. To work in the UK, you need the legal right to work. If you don’t have the legal right to work, you are working illegally.

If an employer hires people without the legal right to work and doing due diligence to get proof of this, they have broken the law.

It’s like the football betting with Ivan Toney. The rules are very clear. It doesn’t matter if people don’t like the rules, or they “have a point”, if you act outside of the very well established and known laws they will be punished.

It’s really not rocket science. Don’t hire people who don’t have the legal right to work. And if you don’t have the right to work and are caught working, expect to be punished.
Absolutely this. It is amazingly daft behaviour from a well-established restaurant. They deserve anything coming their way.
 

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