Once again from RedBolivia:
British immigration authorities have strengthened the visa requirements for visitors from Bolivia and Venezuela.
According to officials, tourists from those countries will be forced to provide fingerprints and pay a fee to obtain a visa before entering Britain. The BBC News reported that those countries “failed a test of the threat posed by their citizens in terms of security, immigration and crime.”
So now it costs £65 for a Bolivian citizen to get a vistor’s visa to the UK. What crap. Yeah, right, Home Office, everybody in the UK is paralysed with worry over those well-known Bolivian organised crime syndicates taking root in Acton and Peckham. I think they’ve been taking reports of the ‘talibanes aymaras’ too seriously. Or possibly the UK just has ridiculously stringent immigration rules which involve incarcerating innocent children (PDF) and coercing those who are refused asylum into leaving the country by forcing them to live in unbearable poverty. Wankers, wankers everywhere, nor any drop of sense.