A record 19,741 Channel migrants have arrived this year. When are we sending them back?
These are shocking stats and if you are of a nervous disposition please look away now; 2,669 illegal migrants crossed the Channel last month. That was a six fold increase on the same month last year.
The October surge has brought the total migrant number who have crossed the Channel so far this year to 19,741, more than double the 8,420 who arrived in the whole of last year.
We are currently housing these people at enormous cost in either old barracks or old hotels. My question is this; When are they going to be returned to their countries of origin?
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Cleverly these mainly economic migrants throwaway any form of identification, particularly passports. That way we don’t know where to fly them back too.
My suggestion is that we effectively bribe a nation - probably in Africa where ten of the poorest nations on earth reside - to house these migrants until we are clear they are refugees and not just coming here for the money.
We should overpay such nations who would take them. They would be doing us the most tremendous favour as the flood of Channel migrants would dry up almost immediately.
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