If the officials and civil servants are enacting explicit government policy then they might be in the clear. Priti's tweets, at least, don't seem to support that notion.I'm not arguing with you!
The trouble is though...something like...The EU decide they need RN intervention (This is all just my opinion, and based upon experience btw)...Then ask Cameron. He knows he won't get public cooperation. Need a 'heartstrings' aspect.
That's when the pictuires of that poor bugger 'baby Aylan' surfaced... along with further reports of his mother being found washed up on a beach 2 days later 200 miles away...in the Med...a non-tidal sea. Ocean/sea currents dont really work like that.
It got the Bien pensents of the UK suitably revved up though.....
And here we are...
Even were that explicitly the case are you really telling me though that you don't suspect that many are beneffiting from this multi-billion pound industry? Consultancy to charities, contractors, getting massively paid jobs for their spouses or just traditional bribes etc?
How much money in legal aid, hotels, support services and the like do you think we are talking about here? Clearly lawyers profit from it, I really don't think it a stretch of the imagination to realise that the public sector is too.
Money supposedly directed towards the security of our nation is being used to undermine that security.
That is corruption.
How many do you think have been robbed, raped or murdered by illegals? How many do you think are jobless because someone has illegally entered the UK and been granted asylum as an advert for the people smugglers to use?