Wembley man on terror charges #iraq

29 09 2014

A father-of-one from Wembley accused of plotting to murder British and American soldiers with roadside bombs in Iraq has appeared in court.

Anis Abid Sardar, 37, was arrested at his home in Llandover Road, by anti-terror police on Tuesday on suspicion of making improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in the wartorn country in 2007.

Sardar was subsequently charged with conspiracy to murder and conspiring to cause an explosion with intent to endanger life or property.

The charges relate to a number of unexploded bombs found in Iraq’s Al Anbar province – a region of fierce resistance by insurgent forces against coalition troops.

The province shares a border with Syria, Jordan and Saudi Arabia and has a predominantly Sunni population.

Sardar appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court yesterday where he spoke only to confirm his name and age.

Mark Dawson, prosecuting, said: “Mr Sardar is charged with one count of conspiracy to murder and one count of conspiring to cause an explosion with intent to endanger life.

“These are indictable only offences and I invite your honour to send this to the central criminal court.’

Hossein Zahir, for Sardar, applied for a restriction banning reporting of the defendant’s address.

Refusing the application, Judge Howard Riddle said: “The reality is that the police have been present at this address for some time, and it will be obvious to the neighbours what has been happening.

“The powers of the contempt of court act are not there to spare embarrassment and there is no evidence of any risk.”

Sardar is charged with conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to cause an explosion with intent to endanger life or property.

He was remanded in custody ahead of a preliminary hearing at the Old Bailey on October 3.

http://www.kilburntimes.co.uk/news/crime-court/wembley_man_accused_of_plotting_to_murder_soldiers_with_roadside_bombs_in_iraq_appears_in_court_1_3784974





Freedom of info request regarding stowaways and fines for truckers #dover #calais

23 09 2014

Border Force
Assurance Performance Resource
Directorate
Room 4E/03
100 Parliament Street
London
SW1A 2BQ
Christopher Walton
Web http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk
[FOI #36710 email]
01 July 2010
Ref: 15147
Dear Mr Walton,

Thank you for your e-mail of 7 June 2010, in which you ask for information relating to the
“Total fines collected by UKBA from HGV drivers for carrying stowaways.” Your request has
been handled as a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. The
data supplied is normally used for management information only and is not subject to the
detailed checks that apply for National Statistics publications .The data is provisional and
may be subject to alteration.
Taking your questions in turn:

1. How many fines were issued to HGV drivers and haulage operators for carrying
stowaways in 2009?

From January 1 2009 – 31 December 2009 3245 penalty notices were served on hauliers
and drivers, for failing to operate an effective system to prevent clandestine entry. These
notices were subject to an objection and appeal process and may include notices to
companies where they have joint liability for their employees’ actions. Not al drivers are
penalised nor are companies necessarily penalised if their drivers are penalised other than if
joint liability exists. The figure wil include incidents involving light vans, coaches and cars
and is not restricted to HGV drivers or haulage operators. Statistics are not kept which relate
solely to HGV drivers or haulage operators.
2. Similarly how much money did UKBA raise from issuing these fines?

In the period UKBA raised £1,662,039 from penalties issued. Due to the objection and
appeals process an element of the money raised in this period will include payments against
penalties issued in previous years.
3. Of the total fines issued, how many were issued to UK-based HGV drivers and
how many were issued to non-UK resident drivers?

No statistics are kept to differentiate between resident and non resident UK drivers or
whether drivers are based in the UK or not.

4. What is the total number of stowaways caught trying to enter the UK illegally
via HGVs?

During 2009, 29,323 clandestine attempts to enter the UK via Juxtaposed ports were
prevented by UKBA

5. At which ports/ juxtaposed controls were these fines issued?

Bedford/Bristol/Calais/CivilPenaltyUnit/Coquelles/Dunkirk/Harwich/Hull/Humberside/
Newhaven/Portsmouth/Ramsgate/Dover/Thames Corridor port
I hope that this information meets your requirements. I would like to assure you that we have
provided you with all relevant information that the UK Border Agency holds.

If you are dissatisfied with this response you may request an independent internal review of
our handling of your request by submitting a complaint within two months to the address
below, quoting reference 15147. If you ask for an internal review, it would be helpful if you
could say why you are dissatisfied with the response.





Lefties planning to disrupt UKIP conference doncaster #ukip #donny

23 09 2014

Any groups in the area, get down there on the day 5w

donny





Dover truckers protest September 27th #5w #portofdover

23 09 2014

A few years back the lefty do gooders in our government had an amnesty for a bunch of scroungers who were camped in Calais making a mess, robbing and threatening people with knives. Now they are over here, no doubt doing the same thing on our estates. This amazing plan meant that thousands more flocked to Calais hoping for the next amnesty. Our drivers are being threatened, attacked and lorries being damaged on a daily basis. If caught with stowaways the drivers are fined £2000 for each one, is this fair? Go on the truckers, a lot of people and groups we know are going to Dover to support them on the day. Lets hope the message gets through 5w

Katie 5w

border





Like our facebook page #5w #pieandmashsquad

22 09 2014

Link below

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SDL demo Berwick

22 09 2014





Two arrests in Paige Chivers murder #blackpool #charlenedownes

22 09 2014

Arrests made in Paige Chivers murder inquiry

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A Lancashire Constabulary spokesperson said: “Detectives investigating the murder of Blackpool teenager Paige Chivers have this morning (Monday, September 22) arrested two men.
The men, aged 45 and 59, from Blackpool, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and attempting to pervert the course of justice and will now be questioned by detectives.
Paige was last seen in Bispham on the August Bank Holiday weekend in 2007. Since then there have been no corroborated sightings of her and no contact with her family or friends. Despite numerous appeals, rewards, and a long running police investigation she has not been seen since.
The investigation is being treated as a ‘no body’ murder.”








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