As Pashtuns in the main Afghan jungle prepare to resist the eviction, and some start hunger strikes, we call for direct actions and demonstrations at UK Border Agency offices throughout these islands.
UK Border Agency, Lunar House, 40 Wellesley Road, Croydon, Surrey CR9 2BY
Asylum Screening Unit - Liverpool 1st Floor, Reliance House, 20 Water Street, Liverpool, L2 8XU
Public Enquiry Offices
Solihull - Dominion Court, 41 Station Road, Solihull, Birmingham B91 3RT
Sheffield - Vulcan House, Riverside entrance, 6 Millsands, Sheffield S3 8NU
Liverpool - Reliance House, 20 Water Street, Liverpool L2 8XU
Glasgow - Festival Court, 200 Brand Street, Govan, Glasgow G51 1DH
Belfast - 1 Drumkeen Complex, Upper Galwally, Belfast BT8 6TB
Cardiff - General buildings, Ground floor, 31-33 Newport Road, Cardiff, Wales CF24 0AB
All the above Public Enquiry Offices are also biometric enrolment centres, plus
Derby - 2nd Floor, Stuart House, Green Lane, DE1 1RS
Brighton - First Floor (North Suite), 42 Frederick Place, Brighton, BN1 4EA
UKBA Customer Service Units
North West - 0161 261 1117
North East, Yorkshire and the Humber - 0114 207 2966
Midlands and East of England - 01733 847844
Wales and South West - 02920 924657
London and South East - 020 8760 8765 or 020 8760 2926
And to get through to Dover...
"Border Force Customer Service Unit - If you wish to complain about the treatment you have received at any of the United Kingdom's sea, air or rail ports, or about immigration controls at a United Kingdom port, you should contact the Border Force Customer Service Unit, phone: 01304 664511"
Report an illegal immigrant! 0800 59 5000 (HM Revenue & Customs operate this one) It's free, don't call from a phone box and leave the receiver hanging
FROM BBC NEWS WEBSITE:
UK turns down 'jungle migrants'
Some 1,500 migrants live in very poor conditions outside Calais
The UK Border Agency has rejected calls for Britain to accept some migrants from the illegal camp in Calais known as "the jungle".
High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres had said the government should consider granting entry to those who already have large families in the UK.
He spoke after French officials said the camp would be shut down imminently.
But the UK Border Agency said genuine asylum seekers should make their claim in the country where they enter Europe.
An agency spokesman said: "People seeking asylum should do so in the first safe country they come to, those who are not in need of protection will be expected to return home.
"The decision to close illegal encampments in and around Calais is a matter for the French government and we will continue to cooperate with them on tackling illegal immigration."
Read more at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/8262283.stm