Saturday, July 2

Hundreds of immigrants to be freed from detention centres BEFORE being granted asylum



Immigration campaigners are furious amid fears that hundreds of asylum seekers will be freed because of human rights.

Immigration minister James Brokenshire suspended the system over human rights fears

The Government has suspended the asylum fast track system over fears it could be slammed by judges, meaning that a group of over 100 immigrants will be immediately freed from detention centres.

The “detained fast track” policy was drawn up by Labour over a decade ago to deter bogus migrants from trying to claim asylum in Britain.

It is applied in cases where economic migrants who sneak into the UK and attempt to claim asylum after they are caught.

Many immigrants in this category will now be put into the main asylum system, where it can take years to resolve cases and while claimants are entitled to housing at the expense of the taxpayer.