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Bakri NHS Heart Op

#5
Something I don't understand (along with a lot of people I'm sure). Can anyone explain to me how Bakri has "indefinite leave to stay" in the UK having successfully applied for asylum, yet he is on holiday in his home country?

Surely the very fact that he feels safe enough to return to his home country in the first place dictates that a review of his need for asylum should be undertaken? I genuinely do not understand the law behind this.
 
#6
Lostnfound said:
Something I don't understand (along with a lot of people I'm sure). Can anyone explain to me how Bakri has "indefinite leave to stay" in the UK having successfully applied for asylum, yet he is on holiday in his home country?

Surely the very fact that he feels safe enough to return to his home country in the first place dictates that a review of his need for asylum should be undertaken? I genuinely do not understand the law behind this.
With you there!! It's a complete farce isn't it? And everyone around the world knows that, which is why this country will be sinking very soon under the weight of all the asylum seekers.
 
#7
http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/-/2/hi/uk_news/4141948.stm

HA HA HA. Yes, Mr Bakri. Enjoy your holiday.

Makes you think though: Tony says he may be prosecuted for breaking possible new law that will be retrospective. Security services must think hang on, do we really want this guy to leave? If I was in said agency and I knew the Libyans wanted him, I'd probably let him go too. Maybe that was what that fat git Prescott was chuckling about when he told Bakri to take his time.
 
#8
He'll probably shave his beard off, cut his toenails, change his name from "Bakri" to "Frontri" and apply for asylum all over again.

MsG
 
#9
If he can afford a 6 week holiday abroad, how come he is entitled to benefits? I work full-time and can't afford a holiday this year!!
 
#14
ducati916 said:
I say let him come back and give him a transplant with a pigs heart, that will shut him up, as he will probably be dead. :lol:
quality ! :lol: better still let him wake up from his operation " Im sorry Mr Bakri we couldn't find a suitable match for you so we used a pig's heart as a subsitute,............errr mr Bakri are you alright ?, nurse! get the crash team here now !"
 
#17
MikeMcc said:
He's just been told not to bother coming back.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4144792.stm

Oh dear, what a shame...
Oh well, this method (letting them go on holiday then get arrested and abused) also gets around the European Human Rights c0ck up because apparently we're not allowed to deport someone where they are bound to get mistreated (or so I picked up fom the 10 o'clock News last night). Letting them leave on their own accord seems to work quite well as he will now undoubtedly get the shoeing he deserves!
 
#18
Mr_Deputy said:
Can we do it on the basis of "Ah, Mr Bakri (et al.) old chap! Top news. You've won the Guildford and Preston Towns Guild Lottery. Yes. We've left the money in a shed in a field outside Tehran/Lehore/Baghdad etc. so you'll need to get a riggle on and pick it up. Yes. OK. No- thank YOU Mr Bakri. Good day."

They fly out of Heathrow (well....maybe not but...) 2 weeks later...

"The money wasn't there you say? But you found an envelope with an order refusing entry back to the UK. Goooood. Good day to you."

until they catch on and we try a new scam.

Simple.
Fantastic, maybe we could charter a flight and do it in a 1-er, arrse whip-round perhaps? I'll vounteer to do the phone calls!
 

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