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Is UK Border Control fit for purpose?

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Post by ultimaThule on 22.02.15 19:37

Regardless of whether or not Turkish Airlines failed in whatever duty it may have had to alert whichever relevant UK authority to the fact that 3 minors travelling without an adult had booked a flight to Istanbul, I find it deeply worrying that these schoolgirls were able to proceed through Gatwick without being stopped and questioned as to whether their parents were aware of/had given permission for their trip.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2963092/You-belong-home-Family-missing-schoolgirl-appeal-return-urge-not-cross-border-Syria.html






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Post by aquila on 23.02.15 12:32

@ultimaThule wrote:Regardless of whether or not Turkish Airlines failed in whatever duty it may have had to alert whichever relevant UK authority to the fact that 3 minors travelling without an adult had booked a flight to Istanbul, I find it deeply worrying that these schoolgirls were able to proceed through Gatwick without being stopped and questioned as to whether their parents were aware of/had given permission for their trip.
 
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Perhaps they were accompanied.
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Post by mysterion on 23.02.15 14:13

Also, going by holiday flights, passport control don`t insist that 15 year olds are associated with their parents. They were smart girls so probably split up and mixed with the adults.

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Post by aquila on 23.02.15 15:04

It's very interesting to see how much anti-semitic stuff is reported in the newspapers. I'm in my mid-50's and I've yet to see anyone in UK or any of the two other countries I've lived in do anything anti-semitic.
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