After raising concerns about hundreds of “high-risk” aircraft arriving in Britain without security checks, the Home Office Sacked the borders inspector

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The independent borders inspector was sacked by the Home Office today for raising worries about ‘high-risk’ aircraft arriving in the country unchecked.

James Cleverly, the home secretary, sacked David Neal, who will resign from his position as the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration immediately.

It follows Mr. Neal’s expression of concern over a purported “scandal” involving unchecked private jet flights at UK airports.

According to him, this may have allowed gangsters, illegal immigrants, victims of trafficking, and even extremists to enter the country without even the slightest scrutiny.

A Home Office spokesperson stated: ‘We have terminated the appointment of David Neal, the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, after he breached the terms of appointment and lost the confidence of the Home Secretary.

‘The planned recruitment process for the next Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration is in progress.’

Mr. Neal resigned from his position effective immediately, even though his departure was originally scheduled for March 21.

Yvette Cooper, the shadow home secretary for Labour, stated:

‘This is total Tory chaos on borders and immigration.

‘A series of Conservative home secretaries have sought to bury uncomfortable truths revealed by the chief inspector about our broken borders, and shockingly they are still sitting on 15 unpublished reports – stretching back to April last year.

‘The Home Secretary must now publish those reports in full.

‘The Conservatives have lost control of our borders, are seeking to hide the truth, and are putting border security at risk.’

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