Tag: Priti Patel

Channel crisis – Over 8,000 migrants have arrived in the UK this year by crossing the English Channel in tiny boats. 

Following the latest landings this weekend, over 8,000 migrants have arrived in the UK this year by crossing the English Channel in tiny boats. According to the Ministry of Defence, Border Force vessels and RNLI lifeboats picked up at least 300 individuals in the Channel today, while 167 people crossed

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Priti Patel enables police in high crime areas to enact stop and search powers without needing “reasonable grounds” to do so.

Under new powers approved by Priti Patel to curb knife violence, police will be able to stop and search anyone without suspicion of a crime. On Monday, the Home Secretary will make it easier for police to stop and search people in places where crime rates are high. The decision,

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New study finds only 2% of those who enter the UK illegally by the Channel will be sent to Rwanda.

According to a recent estimate, Boris Johnson’s centrepiece immigration policy to transfer Channel migrants to Rwanda might result in fewer than 200 people being sent to Africa each year. Only 2% of those who enter the UK each year are declared ‘inadmissible” by the asylum system, which is the condition

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Migrants in Calais say they’ll stay in France after finding out they’ll be sent to Rwanda on a one way ticket if they enter Britain illegally.

The Daily Mail reported that the migrants in Calais who have been waiting months to get across to Britain on a small boat have said they’ll stay in Calais after finding out that they would be flown to Rwanda on a one way ticket out of the U.K. if they

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Diane Abbott claims Priti Patels plans to protect Britain’s Borders is “pandering to racists”

The left has been frothing at the mouth since Boris Johnson announced his plan to deport illegal immigrants to Rwanda. Just when the government is attempting to secure the country’s borders, the Labour Party accuses the government of being racist. The question that should be raised is why they (Labour)

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