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An adult asylum seeker who claimed he was just 12 assaulted his foster carer while another was caught looking at indecent images of children.

31643F2700000578 3455875 image a 11 1455975716277The Afghan teen, who had arrived in Britain illegally via Calais, was actually registered as 16 but after a dental assessment it was revealed he was more like to be between the age of 18 and 21.
Another British carer has also reported that she was sexually assaulted by an alleged teen she was looking after.

MPs have now called for new rules regarding age assessment for immigrants despite a petition backed by celebrities such as actor Benedict Cumberbatch and Virgin tycoon Richard Branson saying that refugee children should be reunited with their British relatives.
If they enter Britain as children, asylum seekers are immediately put into the care of social services which often leaves youngsters separated from their parents for long periods of time.
Conservative MP for Monmouth David Davies, who once told asylum seekers in Cardiff they should stop 'moaning' about having to wear brightly coloured identification wristbands, said British families were being put at risk by 'flawed' guidelines.

Mr Davies spoke out to MailOnline about an attack on a female constituent who was looking after an immigrant claiming to be 12.
The man was taken in by the foster family but refused to live by their rules and would skip school and disappear for long periods.
He told social services that he wished to move to Bristol but when he was told that he would have to move in with a foster family in the area he became angry and attacked his carers.
It was after the fracas that the man's phone was confiscated and indecent images of children and visits to Jihadi websites were found.
Mr Davies said that Britain was being fooled by fraudster immigrants who knew how to play our system.

He said: 'These people come over here and get preferential treatment by claiming they're 12 and no one wants to call them out.
'We've seen how bad things can get with other incidents in Europe, like what happened to that poor girl murdered in Sweden. It's becoming common place.'


Mr Davies added: They're encouraged to lie by NGO's because if they say they are 12 they are allowed to stay in the country for six years until they face being kicked out.
'But when their six years is over and they're being forced to leave they just turn around and say it's a breach of their human rights. It's all a complete ruse.'


He also told the Sun: 'This issue is of the deepest concern, not least for the families involved who are being put at risk here. It's all very well bringing children over here but how can they make sure they are actually children?'
Government guidelines state that an individual should be treated as an adult if two separate officials deem them to look 'significantly' over 18 and if there is 'clear and credible documentary evidence'.
The comments from Mr Davies come just weeks after shocking pictures emerged of migrant 'children' in Sweden.
The first photo was of Iraqi Saad Alsaud, who despite looking like a man in his twenties, is reported to have been just 14.

The other shows a Somalian named Youssaf Khaliif Nuur who claims he is 15 though he is 6ft tall and, according to one unconfirmed source, shaves his beard and moustache.
He appeared in a Swedish court on January 28, accused of stabbing 22-year-old aid worker Alexandra Mezher to death at a young migrants' hostel.


The extraordinary pictures of the two men were published in the Swedish press to show how enthusiastically the politically correct nation welcomes in orphaned young migrants.
The growing scandal over the issue was highlighted with the murder of Miss Mezher in Gothenburg hostel, where her mother says residents lie about their age to get preferential asylum treatment.
She was stabbed after trying to break up a fight between two youths.
Youssaf Khaliif Nuur was charged with her killing and when he arrived in court the Somalian was said to tower over his translator.

For her part, psychology graduate Miss Mezher had warned her mother that she was caring for 'big powerful guys' aged up to 24, in a shelter designed for children aged 14 to 17.
The Swedish experience would seem to lend support to the stance of David Cameron who has rejected calls to throw open Britain's doors to migrant children arriving alone in Europe.
Last month the Prime Minister promised to 'resettle' genuine orphans from Middle East refugee camps and some stranded in Greece and Italy.


In Britain, Kent County Council, being closest to the Channel, already receives vast numbers of child migrants, many smuggled by traffickers into the UK from the squalid French coast camps at Calais and Dunkirk.
Last year, as the migration crisis blew up, the numbers of children arriving in the Garden of England surged.
By September, it was responsible for 720 under-18s, three times as many as the same time a year earlier, and now Kent has appealed to other councils for housing help.

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