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LATEST NEWS - January 2014

BETRAYING THE UNEMPLOYED

Four TD's put a parliamentary question to the Minister for Justice which received written reply on Dec. 17th 2013. The four T D's wanted the Minister to bring in a scheme to regularise illegal immigrants.

They were:

Eric Byrne (Labour)

John Lyons (Labour)

Finian McGrath (Independent)

Patrick Nulty (Independent)

There has been an estimate of 30,000 illegals in Ireland. They must be, in most cases, illegally employed; they cannot live on fresh air. The jobs they hold should be held by the thousands of Irish or legal immigrants who are unemployed.

Those of them who are self-employed compete with and probably undercut the many self-employed currently struggling to survive.

Yet, these TD's say that those people, who do not even have the right to be in the country, should be told they may hold those jobs.

Will they have the gall to ask for votes at the next election from the unemployed, the workers whose wages they drive down and the self-employed they push out of business.

To see their questions and the Minister's reply, click here.

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LATEST PRESS RELEASE

7 Oct. 2013

AGM 2013

At the AGM of Immigration Control Platform held in Dublin on Sat.Oct.5 the following motions were passed:-

1. ICP calls on the Minister for Justice ( the 4th Minister for Justice to promise it) to speedily introduce the "single procedure" for protection applications; if necessary doing so as a stand-alone amendment instead of in the promised Immigration, Residence and Protection Bill, which has been described as having" the longest gestation in Irish legislative history".

2. ICP calls on the Minister for Jobs,Enterprise and Innovation to follow the good example of Minister Joan Burton whose department website has a facility for anonymously reporting social welfare abuse, by placing on the new   workplacerelations.ie   site a similar facility for reporting those working illegally.

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ICP ON THE RECESSION

NEWSLETTER No. 25 2013

To report immigrants working illegally

To report immigrants working illegally email:
inspection@
employmentrights.ie

You may do so anonymously if you wish

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