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Greencore sandwich factory immig2019年的113期跑狗出什么 ration arrests: Police detain 32 after swoop on firm which makes half of UK's sarniesImmigration police have arrested 32 people following a swoop at a factory run by Britains biggest sandwich maker. Officers carried out a dawn raid at the Greencore sandwich plant in Bromley-by-Bow, east London, as factory workers arrived for the start

of their shifts. A total of 32 people were arrested on suspicion of imm

igration offences - 10 on suspicion of criminal off

ences. Nine of the 10 have since been charged and remanded in custody and one was released on bail pending further enquiries. A further 22 people are now being dealt with by immigration officials and could face deportation. The firm currently makes around 3 million sandwiches a week from plants

in Worksop and Bromley-by-Bow and supplies firms such as Asda, Sainsbury and Marks

and Spencer. Denial: Greencore has said

it takes every care to employ workers legally (Image: Andrew Testa/Panos Pictures) In June, the company announced its Worksop factory would create an extra 150 jobs as business booms. The firm could now face fines of 20,000 per worker employed illegally at the plant. A Greencore spokesman said the firm goes to great lengths to make sure workers a

re employed legally. He said: Greencore closely follows the Home Office’s guidelines and goes to great lengths to try to ensure that all of our employees fulfil the necessary criteria to work legally in the UK. There have been numerous occasions in the past on which we

have spotted suspicious applications and notified the immigrat

ion services immediately. Detained: 22 people are currently being dealt with by immigration officials (Image: PA Archive/Press Association Images) ‘W

e

are determined to keep pace with the increasingly high quality of false documentation that is being produced, and will do everything

that we can to ensure that this kind of incident does not recur in the future. Asda and Sainsburys said they were aware of the raid on July 29 and were in contact with suppliers. Marks and Spencer said

it did not stock san

dwiches made at the Bromley-by-Bow plant. A Home Office spokesman said: The Immigration Act of 2014 made it harder for people to live in the UK illegally. The new Immigration Bill will build on this and we will take tougher action on those who shouldnt be here, by rooting out illegal immigrants and boosting deportations.”

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