A migrant has been pinned up against a fence and then dragged away after trying to communicate with the press.
A photographer was taking pictures at the migrant processing centre in Manston, Kent, when a man inside started shouting “help” repeatedly and waving towards the cameras.
He repeatedly claimed he had been at the site for 30 days when staff members asked him to stop shouting.
When he did not stop shouting, he was seen by photographers being pinned against a fence by multiple staff members before being dragged away from the cameras.
The incident occurred after it emerged that British immigration officers could be stationed in French control rooms for the first time under a new deal to curb Channel crossings.
The Government said the fresh agreement between the UK and France, understood to be worth about £80 million, is in its final stages.
This is expected to allow Border Force officers to observe French operations co-ordinating beach searches for boats being launched into the Channel and hunts for people trafficking gangs.
Rishi Sunak vowed to “grip this challenge of illegal migration” by working with European nations when he attended Cop27, adding that he had “renewed confidence and optimism”.
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