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Illegal Worker with Fake Identity caught at Clothing Factory

Ranjit Kumar, aged 36, was jailed for 12 months for using a fake identity to secure a job. The illegal worker had been working at a clothing factory in Leicester.

The Indian national was caught after routine Covid-19 checks were made.

Kumar had visa applications to visit the UK rejected four times but he entered Britain illegally and used a fake ID document to secure a job in a false name.

Officials made a routine check at Singh Clothing Ltd, in Brighton Road, on July 3, 2020, to check the factory was operating in a Covid-19 compliant way.

The prosecutor Elizabeth Dodds said Kumar was stopped by an officer who saw him using a fire exit in order to avoid them. He appeared nervous when questioned.

Kumar produced a Portuguese ID card with his photograph, but in the name of someone else who had genuinely been issued with a visa

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Fake plastic surgeon who maimed women struck off medical register

A man who pretended to be a plastic surgeon and left women maimed has been struck off the register of medical practitioners and banned from applying to practise medicine again for seven years.



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Leslie Blackstock was convicted in July 2019 of criminal offences for carrying out surgery, primarily breast augmentation, on nine patients in an unlicensed private health facility known as the Enhance Clinic located in Emu Plains, Sydney.

On Wednesday the NSW civil and administrative tribunal found Blackstock “guilty of professional misconduct and that his registration should be cancelled” in relation to all complaints of professional misconduct against him.

Related: Fake plastic surgeon performed breast implant on woman without anaesthetist

The Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) told the tribunal that in relation to 11 patients, Blackstock failed to conduct appropriate preoperative assessments; did not obtain informed consent;

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