Chinatown Vs The UK Border Agency

Aaron Peters of Novara Media reports on the business-led strike in London's Chinatown, Tuesday 22 October.

October 25, 2013 · 1 min read

Restaurant workers and proprietors took part in the strike in response to violent raids on restaurants by UKBA. Participants describe frequent and aggressive raids in which they are treated with a lack of respect and suffer racist abuse.

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