UK Government Admits It's Lost Track of Over 900 Foreign Child Predators, Rapists
The number of Foreign National Offenders (FNO) has exploded
The British Home Office has admitted it has lost track of almost 1000 foreign criminals after it failed to enact deportation orders against them.
A Freedom of Information request revealed there are now 916 Foreign National Offenders (FNOs) in the country.
The criminals include sixteen rapists along with child predators.
Other criminals included 16 burglars, 53 robbers, 65 thieves, 53 violent offenders, and murderers, the Sunday Mail reported.
The criminals avoided deportation when they disappeared after being released from prison.
In 2006, British home secretary Charles Clarke was forced to resign after it emerged the left-wing Labour government had set free 1,023 foreign criminals without deporting them.
In a 2017 report from Chief Inspector of Borders, David Bolt also revealed Theresa May had lost track of at least 753 foreign criminals.
In recent years, the number of Foreign National Offenders (FNO) has exploded, even despite tough talk on immigration and crime from Home Secretary Priti Patel.
Migration Watch chairman Alp Mehmet said on the issue:
“It is symptomatic of the shamefully short-sighted starving of immigration enforcement resources since 2018.
“These dangerous thugs should be detained and removed, not given the freedom of the UK.
"The public has had enough.”
A report was highlighted about an Iraqi national Rezgar Zengana, who impersonated a private taxi driver in order to rape a 25-year-old woman in 2006.
The 38-year-old remains at large after escaping before his sentencing hearing.
There are now 10,882 foreign criminals currently living free in Britain, despite deportation orders.
There are also 37,000 migrants who either fled from detention centers or skipped bail over the last 30 years.
On top of this, at least 37,000 migrants either fled from detention centers or skipped bail over the past three decades.
A Home Office spokesman claimed that “Foreign criminals should be in no doubt of our determination to deport them, and since January 2019, we have removed 8,441 foreign national offenders,” not mentioning just how small a number this is relative to the resident foreign criminal population.
“We have a dedicated national absconder tracing team working with the police, other government agencies, and commercial companies to track down and bring absconders back into contact with the Home Office,” the spokesman added.