Illegal workers ‘may face six months’ jail’ . . . In U.K.
“People who work illegally in England and Wales will face up to six months in prison, under proposals to be included in the forthcoming Immigration Bill. The bill, to be introduced in the autumn, will also contain measures against takeaway restaurants and off-licences which employ illegal migrants,” the BBC reports.
Bush, Trump Differ During Border Visits
“Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush pressed on with his offensive against Donald Trump Monday, posting a video slamming the GOP front-runner’s immigration plan as “catastrophic.” The one-minute video includes news reports and conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer slamming Trump’s plan to deport the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S.,” CNN reported.
Joe Scarborough Upset Over GOP Immigration Discussion
“Joe Scarborough had a meltdown regarding Donald Trump and Jeb Bush’s war of words regarding ‘anchor babies’ and ‘Asians,’ saying, ‘why can’t my party get its hand out of the blender?’” the Daily Caller notes.
“Scarborough had a hard time on Tuesday’s ‘Morning Joe’ coping with his party’s self-destruction, saying, ‘When Hillary Clinton has FBI helicopters swirling around her headquarters and is basically saying ‘Please, please, I’m obstructing justice, please take me away.’ And we’re talking about, it’s really the Asians’ fault? Versus the Hispanics’ fault.”
Santorum Proposal Gets Positive Reviews
“A pro-immigration enforcement organization is praising one GOP presidential candidate for his stance on the issue. Last week Rick Santorum released his immigration plan, which suggests ending automatic citizenship for children born in the U.S. to illegal immigrants. Ira Mehlman, a spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform, or FAIR, says Santorum is presenting proposals that benefit U.S. citizens hurt by out-of-control illegal immigration,” OneNewsNow says.