Data obtained from police forces across England and Wales shows how people arrested for major crimes come from all over the globe.
A total of 91 foreign nationals were charged with murder and 406 accused of rape last year.
The nations whose individuals were charged the most frequently with rape in the capital were Jamaica, 19 suspects, Nigeria, 11, Poland, ten, and Australia, nine. Also in London, a total of 197 people were charged with murder — including 40 immigrants.
In Kent, a staggering 53 per cent of the 17 murder suspects were non-UK citizens, including four people from India and three from Romania.
In South Yorkshire, of the 22 people charged with murder, six were non-UK. The figures — obtained by The Sun under Freedom of Information rules — raise serious questions over the Government’s immigration policy and the need for tighter controls.
In April last year illegal immigrant Yonas Beraki, 34, returned to Britain from Eritrea, East Africa, to murder his ex-girlfriend — after being deported THREE times.
Euro-MP Gerard Batten, UKIP’s home affairs spokesman, said: “It bears out the public perception that our open door immigration policy doesn’t just attract decent migrants but serious and dangerous criminals.”
A UK Border Agency spokesman said last night: “We will always seek to deport any foreign criminals — and in 2011 we removed over 4,500 foreign national offenders.”