Byron Burgers training day turns into Home Office sting

Byron Burgers training day turns into Home Office sting

Dozens of workers at a London-based Byron Burgers restaurant have been arrested by the Home Office, who confirmed that people of Brazilian, Nepalese, Egyptian and Albanian nationality have been arrested – Spanish newspaper El Iberico reports.

The incident occurred 4 July.

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Comments (2)

  • Sir
    Tue, 23 Aug 2016 1:10pm BST
    Er, no, it's working illegally for 4 to 5 years that's f****** disgusting......
    "I've been breaking the law for years, how dare they try to put a stop to it ! I got rights "
  • Melanie
    Thu, 28 Jul 2016 12:50pm BST
    Why is the employer under fire? How can anyone say they were not illegal? We are an island with limited resource - this is why our gates are not open to all, therefore if you are not entitled to work here, you will be removed. They falsified documents, so broke the law knowingly, they are not unwitting innocents

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