"80% of failed asylum seekers get to stay" from The Sunday Times

Tadhg Gaelach

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8 years in Direct provision and she still wouldn't fuck off.

Came here because Malawi has no democracy? FFS, more like she is nothing more than an economic migrant.

Of course, none of these will ever be deported now, the minute the authorities (if they ever do) try to deport her she will claim her Free legal state aid (despite working) and claim that she now has a life and should never be deported. THE ECHR will bend over backward to accommodate her and the like and they will be championed by idiotic pricks back home.

And, of course, once they start working and paying stamps, they automatically have a whole raft of other rights - which will make it even more impossible to deport these chancers.
 

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One of these direct provision chancers was on RTÉ Radio this lunch time. She's been in direct provision for eight years. The RTÉ presenter was fawning all over her and treating her as a hero. Never pointed out the obvious - that if she's in direct provision for eight years that means she's been turned down several times and she's milking the system with endless appeals. But the RTÉ presenter did put her foot in it - she asked the chancer to tell everybody about the persecution she's fleeing from. But all the chancer could think to say was that "Malawi is not a very democratic country." No wonder she's already been turned down as a genuine refugee. As a matter of fact, genuine refugees travel TO Malawi, which is regarded as one of the safest and most stable countries in Africa.
There was one a few years back where she’d been in direct provision for 6 years, and was complaining about how her 4 year old child was suffering.

Of course, the reporter didn’t ask her why she chose to have a child while being in such dire circumstances, or why she’d be so utterly irresponsible.
 

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There was one a few years back where she’d been in direct provision for 6 years, and was complaining about how her 4 year old child was suffering.

Of course, the reporter didn’t ask her why she chose to have a child while being in such dire circumstances, or why she’d be so utterly irresponsible.

The sad fact is that any reporter who'd dare to ask such questions would immediately suffer the same fate as George Hook.
 

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The sad fact is that any reporter who'd dare to ask such questions would immediately suffer the same fate as George Hook.
True, and even worse perhaps, as they’d be labeled as wacists, which I think is higher on the victim hierarchy than sexist/misogynist.