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What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels? (33)

Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:03 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
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germanspitz: I haven't libelled anyone . These are all newspaper articles written by others I'm doing what you do and copy and pasting only the abbreviated versions. but I'll make an exception for you as you seem to be having some difficulty comprehending them. This one's from The Sun.



Hotel cheque in: Fatcat hotel bosses cash in as taxpayers fork out to house aslylum seekers
SUN INVESTIGATION: Britannia Hotels profits soar by 400% to £14m as company provides migrants’ bed and board across UK

By MATT WILKINSON
20th February 2016, 12:01 am Updated: 6th April 2016, 2:43 pm
FAT-CAT hotel bosses have pocketed a multi-million pound 441 PER CENT
profit increase after being paid by taxpayers to house asylum seekers.

Britannia Hotels, twice branded the worst hotel chain in the country, charges
taxpayers tens of thousands of pounds a week to give rooms to migrants.

As the number of asylum seekers arriving in Britain increases, business is
booming with Britannia raking in £14.2MILLION.

Private companies Serco, G4S and Clearel are contracted to rehome asylum
seekers and are paid out of a £175million pot from a Home Office deal.

But as asylum figures have increased from 25,220 in 2013 to currently 36,000,
they are forced to put migrants in hotel rooms, making Britannia Hotels rich.
And where does it associate Nigel with this, nowhere you silly sausage, you lose credibility with every commentgrin bouquet
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:10 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
it doesn't matter if illegals are being helped, fact is they are illegal immigrants, and they want the good life we've build up for ourselves over decades, while they don't accept our culture or way of living. In the mean time they force us to accept their culture and way of living. They are illegal and so they have to go back to where they come from. The west of Europe might be rich now, but the more illegals and fugs, the poorer we get. Till we are down on their level, or maybe even worse.
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:21 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
tomcatty: And where does it associate Nigel with this, nowhere you silly sausage, you lose credibility with every comment
For goodness sake I thought you had some semblance of intelligence . Obviously I was wrong


Your opening thread

"What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?"

My response

Britannia Hotels, twice branded the worst hotel chain in the country, charges
taxpayers tens of thousands of pounds a week to give rooms to migrants.


If you can't get the connection go and have a lie down.comfort
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:32 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
germanspitz: Hi Oxy

Yet only 7 years ago Farage wanted the UK to take in Syrian refugees.




Seems to me he just likes to stay in the public eye.
I like to delve in deep and read what’s out there, not falling soul or swayed by over inflated reports that are have a scaremongering effect on people.

Farage would be better placed getting people back to work, actively helping out where it matters. However, his supporters might just see him in a different light.

It’s all well and good screaming about getting rid of illegal migrants, it’s another thing actually putting it into practice.

I went to the Jungle in Calais for a few months, and it shocking, hard not to feel for some, their own countries being in capable of looking after them.

I have been to others and it’s a complete f*ck up, it’s like they are forgotten people.

Is it any surprise these places exist, sadly not.

Farage does not and never will represent the nation at the level that is required to operate leading a country. He knows that himself only too well. wine
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:35 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
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germanspitz: For goodness sake I thought you had some semblance of intelligence . Obviously I was wrong


Your opening thread

"What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?"

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yes but not his hotels, take another pilldunno
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:39 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
tomcatty: On an overcast day in late July Nigel Farage, the eurosceptic, anti-immigration leader of the Brexit party, tried and failed to stay at a hotel in Worcestershire.

“I tried to book a room at the 4 Star Bromsgrove Hotel & Spa, but it was closed to the public”, he wrote on Twitter.

“Turns out it’s accommodating 147 illegal migrants and we’re all paying for it.”

In an accompanying 10 minute video Mr Farage could be seen travelling to the site on the alleged urging of local residents, while making a number of claims about the state of immigration in the UK.

But does his central allegation – that the UK taxpayer is footing a multi-billion pound bill to put up “illegal migrants” in four star hotels – hold up to scrutiny?
Only NFarage has the correct answer to that right now...but the truth will out eventually when all the pieces of the puzzle are found....

A bit like he's dedication to getting the UK out of the EU..which quite a few people , when they hear it, go "ahhhh i seee...lol...."....
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:42 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
Oxycodone: I like to delve in deep and read what’s out there, not falling soul or swayed by over inflated reports that are have a scaremongering effect on people.

Farage would be better placed getting people back to work, actively helping out where it matters. However, his supporters might just see him in a different light.

It’s all well and good screaming about getting rid of illegal migrants, it’s another thing actually putting it into practice.

I went to the Jungle in Calais for a few months, and it shocking, hard not to feel for some, their own countries being in capable of looking after them.

I have been to others and it’s a complete f*ck up, it’s like they are forgotten people.

Is it any surprise these places exist, sadly not.

Farage does not and never will represent the nation at the level that is required to operate leading a country. He knows that himself only too well.
I agree Oxy. I've always had the greatest respect for genuine refugees and you cannot put them all in the same boat if you'll excuse the pun.

I do however have no time for people such as Alex Langsham who exploits them . He employs many in his Hotels of which he has 61 on poor wages and zero contracts apart from housing them at the expense of the tax payer.

As for Farage he's all mouth and trousers in my opinion and as you say apart from being an MEP he wants all of the power and none of the responsibility.handshake
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:43 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
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blathin: Only NFarage has the correct answer to that right now...but the truth will out eventually when all the pieces of the puzzle are found....

A bit like he's dedication to getting the UK out of the EU..which quite a few people , when they hear it, go "ahhhh i seee...lol...."....
Didn't you realise weare out, not you thoughwave
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:44 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
tomcatty: yes but not his hotels, take another pill
:Go and have a lie down . I really can't be bothered with you.

crazy crazy crazy
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:48 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
tomcatty: Didn't you realise weare out, not you though
And you're point is?????????????roll eyes roll eyes roll eyes roll eyes
Sat Aug 1, 2020 12:49 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
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germanspitz: :Go and have a lie down . I really can't be bothered with you.
suits me , havea lie downprofessor laugh
Sat Aug 1, 2020 1:05 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
germanspitz: I agree Oxy. I've always had the greatest respect for genuine refugees and you cannot put them all in the same boat if you'll excuse the pun.

I do however have no time for people such as Alex Langsham who exploits them . He employs many in his Hotels of which he has 61 on poor wages and zero contracts apart from housing them at the expense of the tax payer.

As for Farage he's all mouth and trousers in my opinion and as you say apart from being an MEP he wants all of the power and none of the responsibility.
Exploitation on a grand scale, that’s what many fail to see in all this, Modern day slavery right before our eyes.thumbs up
Sat Aug 1, 2020 1:18 PM CST What is the true story behind Nigel Farage’s claim that ‘illegal’ immigrants are staying in hotels?
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tomcatty: Didn't you realise weare out, not you though
Funny you should mention this Tommy. A few of us were actually talking about Brexit and other things this afternoon. One of my friends who lives in Dublin but spends a lot of time here, has now got to decide if she wants to get residente in Spain as she spends more time here. She was telling us the difference in a funeral here in Spain compared to a funeral in Southern Ireland. Sad subject I know but very informative. Her son passed away tragically in S Ireland a few years ago. The funeral came to around 11,000 euros. He ex husband who passed away here in Spain 2 yrs ago aged 68 and you're cremated within 3 days, the cost was 3,000 euros.

I see many posts re Nigel Farage (not on this site) from his own site. Showing how many people are coming over on boats etc to the Uk but I never seem to see what he's actually doing about it....

I must admit that I really don't know the difference from an Asylum Seeker than that of an Illegal Immigrant as I've never actually read up on it. I do know however that many Hotels are housing Immigrants in the Uk

Let's hope that the Uk Government does the same for the elderly Ex Pats when they move back to the Uk after Brexit on 31st December . Fair's fair hey!grin

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