Four snared in immigration operation at Lancashire takeaway chain

Nice N Spicy in Lancaster
Nice N Spicy in Lancaster
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Four people have been charged with allowing illegal workers at a Lancashire takeaways.

Zubeir Yakub Mister, 40, of Standen Park House, Lancaster, is facing 14 charges of breaching immigration law by allowing people to work illegally at Nice & Spicy in various locations including Lancaster and Morecambe.

He has also been charged with breaching immigration law by allowing six different people to stay at Whiteray Road in Lancaster on January 11 2013 when they had all overstayed their leave to remain in the UK.

He is also facing another charge of breaching immigration law by allowing a person to reside at Napier Street, Barrow-in-Furness, on March 17 2015 when he had overstayed leave to remain in the UK, and four fraud charges for possessing false UK national insurance cards.

Christopher Donaldson, 30, of Greenfinch Way, Heysham, has been charged with breaching immigration law by allowing six people to stay at Whiteray Road in Lancaster when they had overstayed their leave to remain in the UK.

Donaldson is also facing 14 charges for allowing people to work illegally at Nice & Spicy takeaways.

He is facing another charge of allowing a person to reside at Napier Street, Barrow-in-Furness, on March 17 2015 when he had overstayed.

Donaldson is also charged with one count of possessing a false French passport, one count of possessing a false Bangladeshi passport, one count of fraud for possessing a false UK national insurance card and a charge of arranging travel for a man intending to exploit him.

Paola Michelle Duncan, 48, of Carleton Street, Morecambe, has been charged with a breach of immigration law for allowing a man to be employed at Nice & Spicy in Kendal.

Ian Dewhirst, 31, of Whitmoor Close, Morecambe, has been charged with breaching immigration law by allowing a person to work at Nice & Spicy in Penwortham, Preston, when he had overstayed leave to remain in the UK, and has also been charged with arranging travel for an individual intending to exploit him.

The defendants have been bailed unconditionally and are due to appear again at Lancaster Magistrates Court on Tuesday, July 5.