Anorak | Go West: Security Minister Checks In At Gordon Brown’s Big Hotel

Go West: Security Minister Checks In At Gordon Brown’s Big Hotel

by | 15th, November 2007

lord-west.jpg HAVING learned that getting into the UK is easy, staying here even simpler and working illegally fine, unless the Home Office thinks the media say otherwise, the Mail brings new for those trying to leave.

“THE AIRPORT INQUISTION,” says the paper’s front-page headline. “Travellers must answer 53 questions before going abroad.”

Clever stuff from the Gordon Brown, who mindful of Mail headlines that we are leaving the place in our droves yesterday the Mail said 3milion Britons will be fleeing over Christmas to escape reality TV the plan is to check us on the way out.

It is a policy beloved by hotels. You arrive calling yourself whatever you choose. You avail yourself of the facilities. And when you leave you are asked to provide your correct name, address and payment details.

As the Mail says, security officials are the borders will ask for your credit card details, holiday contact numbers and email address (tick the box to receive details of new promotions, special offers and amnesties). It is part of the what the Express calls “Fortress Britain”.

And there will be questions. When answering, the trick is to be consistent and give the Government-sanctioned reply.

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