British Home Secretary On Sticky Wicket Over Alleged Immigration Report Stifling
The UK’s home secretary’s alleged censoring of a report by the nation’s Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration seems to have annoyed many what with some opposition politicians & immigration advocates strongly attacking her over it. As per reports, the shadow immigration minister has sought explanations for censoring chunks of a report by a much respected independent examiners, adding the same is nothing but a cover-up to conceal her own flaws.
Echoing somewhat similar sentiments, the chief of the anti-immigration UK Independence Party has reportedly said that it is enormously worrying & disturbing that a report into the actions of the national border security is being gagged by the nation’s Home Office.
Thwarting prohibited immigration
The said report covers the manner in which UK immigration officials work together with their Belgian & French opposite numbers even as it especially concerns the manner in which they combine forces to stop individuals, minus permission to gain admission into Britain, from entering the nation in an unlawful way.
It’s alleged that the Home Secretary is behind as many as 15 cuts to be made to the said report. Claiming she has the right to do so, the incumbent immigration minister has proclaimed that she made the cuts purely from national security viewpoints. He strongly contested the claims that the cuts had been made to save the secretary any dis comfitures.
Inspector has been very critical of British immigration
The minister added that in case one examines the report’s record generated by the chief inspector, it would not be wrong to claim that many of them have earlier been highly critical. However, some critics have written in the media that the present report may be highly personally upsetting for the secretary, vis-à-vis the preceding reports with the reason being some of the inspector’s disapprovals involve the way the UK Border Force functions.
In the past, it has at all times been possible for the secretary to hold the preceding Labour administration–which brought the agency into existence in 2008 the UK Border Agency (UKBA)–responsible for the agency’s failings. The incumbent secretary did away with the organization in the month of April, 2013, claiming it was not sufficiently good even while it had built-up a not too inspiring mysterious culture.
Allegedly, the chief inspector made numerous proposals in his report, and one of the same was totally censored. He advocates that the concerned authorities ought to fingerprint those who are caught making efforts to gain admission into the nation unlawfully so that they may afterwards be discovered in case they try another time with a dissimilar identity.
British home secretary’s alleged censoring of a report by the nation’s Chief Inspector of Borders & Immigration appears to have not gone down well with some concerned people many what with some opposition politicians & immigration advocates powerfully criticizing her over it. It’s alleged that the inspector made numerous proposals in his report, and one of these was entirely censored.