Sunday, 11 July 2010


Abdi and Sayruq Nur, who fled war town Somalia, had been unhappy that their previous home – also paid for by housing benefit – was not convenient for shopping and meant their children had to get the bus to school.

Now in a move certain to anger taxpayers, the couple and their seven children have relocated to a five bedroom town house in Notting Hill, where they can count artist Lucian Freud and designer Stella McCartney among their neighbours.

The family’s new home is thought to be one of the most expensive ever paid for by housing benefit and the revelation comes just a month after Ministers pledged to rein in Britain’s £20 billion a year housing benefit bill.

Mr Nur, 42, an unemployed bus conductor, arrived in Britain with his wife, who is now 40, in 1999 from Somalia and they were granted asylum.

The family were housed in a five bedroom property in the Kensal Rise area of Brent, at a cost to the taxpayer of £900 a week.

However last month Mr Nur declared he was unhappy with the property because it was in a “very poor area” and was not convenient for schools and shops.

Read the rest of this SCANDALOUS article here -

This is a bloody disgrace but at least the Rich and Famous are now starting to live with those they so dearly want to come here.
I can't wait for the VIOLENCE to start, especially on their doorsteps.
Then they may realise how truly wonderful Multi Culturalism is.

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