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Welcoming refugees. Well done Brits!



Randy McNob

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More than half of the child asylum seekers who have disappeared from Hove hotels were still missing, councillors have been told.


Just 57 out of 125 missing children had been located, with 51 cases still under investigation. Most of the other cases had been “filed” unsolved.
A senior safeguarding official shared figures showing that 62 children, or almost half of those who had vanished, went missing in just two months last year – August and September.
The numbers had since tailed off, with no children reported missing since the start of the year so far.

And more than 90 per cent of the children who had gone missing were Albanian, possibly because they were “disenfranchised” by the asylum process, according to the official, Justin Grantham.
This can't be right, nearly all asylum seekers are single men in their 20's or 30's - isn't that what Farage keeps saying?

Where did these children come from?
 




The Clamp

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Me neither until I was told what the likely age of these ‘ children’ really is, a language school host family type of arrangement would be more in keeping 😉


They are classified as “children and under 18” and while they have that status, regardless of what anyone’s opinion on what their “real age” might be, they have a right to be protected and our home office has a duty of care to them.

Nevertheless, I have it on good authority that they are hardly children and are not being “kidnapped” but being picked by gang leaders who have already arranged with them to participate in illegal activity. How much of that is coercion or consenting is another matter entirely.
 


carlzeiss

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Do you have an opinion on that?



No.


Of course you don’t.

Nice to use missing children for a political point score though.


You’ve shown us what you are there.

It looks like the missing children are off to work for cash in hand



Asylum seekers missing from Hove hotel arrested for drug offences​

 


worthingseagull123

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They are classified as “children and under 18” and while they have that status, regardless of what anyone’s opinion on what their “real age” might be, they have a right to be protected and our home office has a duty of care to them.

Nevertheless, I have it on good authority that they are hardly children and are not being “kidnapped” but being picked by gang leaders who have already arranged with them to participate in illegal activity. How much of that is coercion or consenting is another matter entirely.

Why hotels and not foster homes though?

Is it because there is a shortage of those willing to act as foster parents?
 


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Why hotels and not foster homes though?

Is it because there is a shortage of those willing to act as foster parents?
I’m not sure. At a guess I’d think that it is temporary accommodation while more permanent arrangements are made with foster careers?
 




carlzeiss

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This risk of taking in a non vetted adult into their family could possibly be a disincentive to those considering giving an asylum seeker a foster home

Just my opinion though



EXCLUSIVE: 'I was told he was 14 and had to accept it': Foster mother took double killer into her home thinking he was a teenage asylum seeker - before the 'Jekyll and Hyde' character attacked her and 'thought he had the right to carry a knife'​

 


RowZ

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How genuinely lovely to see the other side of things. People actually welcoming people who need our compassions and our help. This really does mark us Brits out as a cut above other nations when it comes to offering our kindness and humanity.
Offering a hand is what being British used to be all about.
There really isn’t much to be proud about being English right now but this is a real breath of fresh air. We can be proud of this.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news...ash-with-far-right-activists-in-kent-protests

Despite far right protestors turning up and attacking the police. Disgraceful .

I’ve started this in the bear pit because sadly, this is where it will end up. For clarity, this is not started as a fishing thread, we really should be celebrating Brits showing our better nature. It’s very rare we have cause for this in this day and age.
lol........you're funny. You think moving and migrating 20-35 year old men from the middle east to England is helping them? Who do you think is moving them? The wives arrive later too - and then the 4/5 kids. Then one day you might have London with next to no English, Mosques everywhere, and mass rapes in the midlands....oh - wait a minute?
 


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lol........you're funny. You think moving and migrating 20-35 year old men from the middle east to England is helping them? Who do you think is moving them? The wives arrive later too - and then the 4/5 kids. Then one day you might have London with next to no English, Mosques everywhere, and mass rapes in the midlands....oh - wait a minute?
You’re exactly who the Bear Pit was designed for. Glad to see you making use of it.
 




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Refugees protest against plan to move them from London to Bedfordshire​

Dozens of asylum seekers have staged a protest inside a Greenwich hotel where they have been for 18 months, after being given just a few hours’ notice that they were due to be moved to Bedfordshire.

Four police cars, a police van and an ambulance arrived at the scene of the protest and some officers entered the hotel. One asylum seeker was arrested, handcuffed and taken away in a police van.


It is understood that more than 130 asylum seekers were living at the hotel. They were told on Monday evening that they would be moved to a new hotel in Bedfordshire the following morning.
 


worthingseagull123

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Refugees protest against plan to move them from London to Bedfordshire​

Dozens of asylum seekers have staged a protest inside a Greenwich hotel where they have been for 18 months, after being given just a few hours’ notice that they were due to be moved to Bedfordshire.

Four police cars, a police van and an ambulance arrived at the scene of the protest and some officers entered the hotel. One asylum seeker was arrested, handcuffed and taken away in a police van.


It is understood that more than 130 asylum seekers were living at the hotel. They were told on Monday evening that they would be moved to a new hotel in Bedfordshire the following morning.

How many other nations provide comfortable hotel accommodation for asylum seekers?

We are a generous nation of people allowing our taxes to fund this.

Well done Brits.
 


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You’re exactly who the Bear Pit was designed for. Glad to see you making use of it.
The new upgraded NSC has a one click ignore function button. I have just tested it...

Edit: it works a treat :lolol:
 
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Randy McNob

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How many other nations provide comfortable hotel accommodation for asylum seekers?

We are a generous nation of people allowing our taxes to fund this.

Well done Brits.
only nations that don't plan and invest in systems designed to manage accomodation facilities for refugees, and nations who vote for political parties that underfund it's welfare state, and gaslight them into believing being poorer is in their best interests
 


worthingseagull123

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only nations that don't plan and invest in systems designed to manage accomodation facilities for refugees, and nations who vote for political parties that underfund it's welfare state, and gaslight them into believing being poorer is in their best interests

Like France? Allowing asylum seekers to live in tents. I guess if people refuse to claim asylum in France, the French authorities wont help them.

You are right though. We need to massively increase social housing (for those that require international protection) and immigration detention centres (for those that don’t require it).

It would save vast amounts being wasted on hotels.
 


Randy McNob

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Like France? Allowing asylum seekers to live in tents. I guess if people refuse to claim asylum in France, the French authorities wont help them.

You are right though. We need to massively increase social housing (for those that require international protection) and immigration detention centres (for those that don’t require it).

It would save vast amounts being wasted on hotels.
never understood why France are always brought into the equation. Asylum seekers seeking asylum in the UK should be France's problem purely because it's the last point of embarkation to get to an island?
 










Thunder Bolt

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The children abducted from Brighton and Eastbourne hotels have ended up in Manchester with counterfeit gangs.


The Home Office is hardly processing any claims, or causing them to appeal rejections, which leaves lots of asylum seekers in limbo, unable to work and open to exploitation.
 




Randy McNob

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The children abducted from Brighton and Eastbourne hotels have ended up in Manchester with counterfeit gangs.


The Home Office is hardly processing any claims, or causing them to appeal rejections, which leaves lots of asylum seekers in limbo, unable to work and open to exploitation.
The real problem is too many people vent their anger at the asylum seekers rather than hold the government to account who created this mess. Hows the Rwanda scheme going?
 




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