Deportation for Chelmsford linen company’s 12 illegal student workers

Fri, 31/08/2012 - 19:00
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Tim Moore Managing Director of County Linen Service, a 200 year old business, is reported on the UK Border Agency’s website as saying 'We fully appreciate the gravity of the situation. We have been working closely with the UK Border Agency and, following this investigation, we have made radical changes to our HR personnel and processes.' Why did you employ them? When will the Border Agency and courts prosecute and fine or imprison the employers who are using these illegal workers?
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