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The UK Border Agency ignored more than 150,000 warnings in three years from universities and colleges concerned that their foreign students were bogus, a damning report reveals. Staff failed to check tens of thousands of tips-offs about overseas students including worries that some had not even enrolled at the start of term. The blunder meant 23,000 bogus students were allowed to remain in Britain when they should have been sent home, many of whom have still not been traced. The Daily Telegraph The Guardian