Sting 'saddened and distressed' by reports of illegal immigrants working on his luxury estate



Sting has said he is "saddened and distressed" amid reports that illegal migrants were discovered working on his luxury wine-producing Italian estate.
The pop star's 865-acre (350-hectare) estate, used to grow olive trees, grapes and other fruit, is reportedly part of a police investigation into illegal migrant labour.
Labourers who had not been granted the right to settle in Italy are said to have been recruited by gangmasters who used a company to contract them out to Tuscan estates, including Sting's, it is claimed.
Italian prosecutors believe these estates did not know the... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 21
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