The widow of a man who died trying to get to Britain, smuggled in a shipping container, has described the moment she realised he was dead.
The couple and their children were travelling with 31 other migrants to Tilbury Docks in Essex. Today a court heard that two of the men accused of smuggling them will now face a retrial.
The group of Afghan Sikhs had made the journey on an overnight crossing from Belgium - discovered by dock workers who heard their screams and banging. Rags Martel reports
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Immigration officers visited a property in Shapwick Road at 6.50am to question three people to check if they had the right to be in the UK. A 30 year-old Chinese man and a 48 year-old Malaysian man were both found to have overstayed their visas.
A 38 year-old Chinese man had entered the country illegally. All three have been detained pending removal from the country.
These arrests will act as a stark warning to anyone in Dorset who is in the UK illegally. We will catch up with you and you will face arrest, detention and removal from the country. I would urge members of the public with detailed information about suspected immigration abuse to get in touch.
A man has been arrested and faces removal from the UK after a suspected "sham wedding" was raided by Home Office Immigration Enforcement officers in Oxford.
Acting on information that "the relationship may not be genuine", officers attended the Register Office on Tidmarsh Lane at around 11am yesterday.
They arrested a 24-year-old Pakistani man who was in the country illegally having over-stayed his visa.
His would-be-bride, a 20-year-old Polish woman, was questioned by officers and later released.
This was the second operation targeting suspected sham weddings in Oxford in the last two months.
Paul Wylie, regional director for Home Office Immigration Enforcement, said: "This is the latest example of the excellent work we are doing in the Thames Valley to clamp down on sham weddings.
"We are working closely with registrars across the region to prevent people from abusing the marriage system in a bid to get round our immigration laws.
"Where we receive information that a wedding may be suspicious we will investigate and, if necessary, intervene and arrest those involved."
Two illegal immigrants from Albania found hiding in a Lancashire-bound lorry at Portsmouth ferry port have been deported.
The pair, aged 29 and 30, were detained by Border Force officers after they were discovered in a load of stone arriving on a ferry from Caen yesterday lunchtime.
They had cut through the lorry trailer’s canvas roof and neatly sewn the gap up in an attempt to evade detection.
Andy Lumb, of Border Force at Portsmouth, said: “This incident shows the lengths some would-be illegal entrants will go to in a bid to reach the UK.
“Clearly these two men thought they had covered their tracks but were found thanks to the assistance of the ferry operator and determination of Border Force officers."
She's about to give birth to her first child but her husband won't be there because he's been denied access to the UK. Harrietta Alvarado, from Margate, met her husband Humberto in the United States. But the Home Office will not let him visit. Tom Savvides takes up the story.
The immigration minister has been at the Port of Dover today - to see some of the extraordinary lengths that drug smugglers and people traffickers are going to. John Ryall reports.
The Immigration Minister is due to visit Border Force operations in Dover today. Mark Harper will be given a tour of the port. He will see officers conducting searches and looking for drugs concealed in a freight vehicle.