See the Tenancy Agreement
Exposing the anti British discrimination within the UK.
Asylum seeker housing
When we published a document last year showing the Tenancy Agreement between the Home Office and private landlords we were accused by our opponents of lying and fabrication.
The documents below in our possession come from Bury Metropolitan Borough Council, one of the ten Greater Manchester Authorities, and one of the top destinations for asylum seekers arriving in Dover and London.
Dream house with all the trimmings
We have received hard facts that asylum seekers get handouts that Britain's poor can only dream about.
- A well appointed council house containing cooker, fridge and vacuum cleaner.
- Gardens tidied and maintained.
We have an insurance claim detailing a burglary of one of Bury councils houses set aside for asylum seeker occupation. The flat was vacant at the time of the burglary in February 2003.
- Items stolen included 4 sets of bedding, crockery and (kitchen) pans.
No wonder Britain is the number one destination for Middle Easterners, Asians and Africans. No wonder they pass through up to a dozen different safe countries to arrive on our shores. The taxpayers of Britain are being fleeced by our own government to provide a welcome that a British soldier invalided out of Iraq could only dream of, what our destitute pensioners can only imagine, what those thousands living rough on the streets of our cities can only wish for.
See these documents for yourself. Let your family and friends know what those claiming asylum in Britain get for free, while the rest of us have to do double-shifts and extra overtime just to make ends meet.
Garden Tender Document Lawn cutting and tidying Garden Control Document For contractor to complete White goods list Complete with serial numbers, these are pages 1 & 2 of a 22 page featuring a complete list of properties. Insurance claim Items stolen including bedding and kitchen utensils. Purchases Not just bedding and crockery but a nice smelling house to welcome the asylum seeker. Air fresheners, first aid kits and even one orthapedic mattress were bought by Bury council for their asylum seeker homes in April 2004. Absconder Not all asylum seekers are happy with the free homes provided and this report tells of one unhappy lady who absconded from her property. Inventory A complete inventory checksheet provided by NASS for a typical 3 bedroomed house.
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NB. We have masked the individual house numbers to reduce the risk of theft from any property belonging to the council which may be lying unoccupied. The fact that so many expensive items are lying in empty houses, when tonight as temperatures plunge to below freezing in January and thousands of homeless will be sleeping rough is of course a scandal in its own right.
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Updated on Sunday, 31 July 2011 10:11:53