£50,000 luxury stretch Hummer being used to ferry Muslim welfare seekers from London to Manchester after village complained about being deluged

A £50,000 stretch limo was hired for £3,000 to ferry Muslim freeloaders from London to Manchester. The 16-seat Hummer took 7 African Muslims from the village hotel they had been staying in to their new homes. The chauffeur told astonished locals that the Home Office was picking up the tab.

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UK Daily Mail  (h/t Terry D) Residents in Longford, near Heathrow, say they are ‘overwhelmed’ with migrants who have turned their village into a filthy transit camp.

Muslim welfare seekers arrive in coaches and are put up in the hotel and local houses by the Home Office while their applications for asylum are considered.  It refuses to say how much it is spending on the accommodation, but one villager said he was told the contract was worth £7,000 a day.

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The homes used to house the Muslim migrants in the village are owned by multi-millionaire businessman Surinder Arora, 57, who is thought to be earning tens of thousands of pounds a month from the Home Office.

Every day for the past 18 months, coach-loads of young Muslim men have arrived to stay in semi-detached houses linked to a hotel also owned by Mr Arora, the Heathrow Lodge – one of a number across Britain being used to house asylum seekers.

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As many as ten men from countries such as Iran, Sudan, Eritrea and Syria stay in each home, often several to a bedroom. Staff from the hotel deliver breakfast, lunch and dinner on trollies.

Residents say the Muslim migrants wander the streets or sit on walls outside people’s homes because they have nothing to do. They claim more than 100 lived in the village at one point.

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One 85-year-old called Ray, who has lived in the village since 1955, said the houses on either side of his were taken by asylum seekers. They often congregated outside, threw cigarette butts into his garden, and once banged on his window.

He said: ‘I’m told there are 17 houses with eight or 10 men in each. I have to be careful what I say, I don’t want people to think I am racist but it is a problem. (What “race” is Islam?)

Yesterday, one Sudanese Muslim migrant in his twenties sitting on a garden wall told how he had arrived in Britain by taxi from Paris three days earlier, adding: ‘The house is OK, but the food is bad. I like England and I want to stay here.’