80 foreign murderers welcomed to Britain: Albanian killers allowed to stay despite being on Interpol 'wanted' list
Eighty foreign killers are exploiting the chaotic asylum system to set up home in Britain, it was revealed yesterday.
The convicted murderers from Albania have been given British passports despite being officially listed as 'wanted' by Interpol.
Most slipped across the Channel from Calais to Dover hidden in the back of lorries on ferries. They used bogus names and false papers to claim asylum, often pretending to be from the war-torn Balkan republic of Kosovo.
The scandal came to light when Albania's chief of police complained that 100 criminals from his country have been granted British citizenship and now live here.