While Home Secretary Sajid Javid was posing with a sniffer dog in the tweeted photo above, police were called into the Home Office where they found the banned substance crystal meth.

Mr Javid tweeted: “As well as our committed and professional staff, we also have impressive four-legged friends in Border Force like Trigger – helping sniff out drugs, cash and illicit goods. Go Trigger!”

I’m not saying it was Trigger who went into the Home Office and discovered the illicit drug (that was central to the TV classic Breaking Bad), and I’m not saying Mr Javid or any of his employees may have adopted the nickname “Heisenberg” for the duration.

But after it was revealed that more than 60 people were illegally deported by the same government department, it seems clear that a criminal element has moved in.


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