The case of Kerim Koroglu sums up just about everything that is wrong with this country when it comes to illegal immigration.
He managed to get in on the back of a lorry, pocketed handouts he was not entitled to for six years and then when he was found out the Home Office failed to deport him.
Is it any wonder this country is seen around the world as such a soft touch?
Unless and until we get a grip on the problem, public confidence in government on all sides of the political divide is going to continue to erode.
Most people are sick of our country’s hospitality being abused in this way and they despair when they see so little is being done.
As for the Home Office, it is clearly not fit for purpose. Perhaps the Prime Minister, who presided over it for six years, might like to have a word.