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A record 6,200 foreign criminals are living in the community instead of being deported.
Killers, sex attackers, robbers and drug dealers are among the thousands released back onto the streets at the end of their jail sentences.
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Although they are due for deportation, the offenders are not kept in prison. Many then simply slip off the radar.
Others challenge their deportation orders, often using human rights or asylum laws.
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In total, there were 6,231 foreign national offenders living in Britain in December who were due for deportation. This was up 10 per cent on the figure in December the previous year.
Nearly a third – 2,032 – have been out of jail for more than five years. Another 1,502 have dodged being removed from the country for between two and five years.
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The figures published by the Home Office raise concerns the beleaguered department is failing to get a grip on the problem. It is already facing flak after ministers admitted 63 members of the Windrush generation could have been wrongfully removed or deported since 2002.
Conservative MP Philip Hollobone said: ‘There is...
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