The UK/European migrant problem

Perhaps if Border Farce stopped providing a taxi service to the migrants they wouldn't get here so easily, if the frogs can ignore the law why shouldn't we?
Only a short bit of coast they can realistically use. Have a ship and drones to ping and maintain contact with incoming, talk the teams in to where they're headed and arrest upon landing.

That's ARREST and take into custody, not ferry to a luxury hotel.
 
Mr O'Mahoney, good Ir... eh English name. :p
What's that uniform he's wearing, i don't recognise it, does Border Force have a dress uniform... Do they do parades & inspections. :-D

Priti Patel, gotta say, she is not so young but i would. :hump:
Oh god theyr’e pseudo police now have been for a while :rolleyes:
 

skid2

LE
Book Reviewer
Published by: Home Office and The Rt Hon Priti Patel MP , on 09 August 2020.

Home Secretary appoints small boat commander

Dan O'Mahoney has been appointed to collaborate with the French to tackle Channel crossings.

Priti Patel has today appointed a Clandestine Channel Threat Commander – a new role leading the UK’s response to tackling illegal attempts to reach the UK.


Together with the Home Secretary and Minister for Immigration Compliance, Dan O’Mahoney will have the primary responsibility of making the Channel route unviable for small boat crossings.

He will collaborate closely with the French to build on the joint work already underway, urgently exploring tougher action in France, including stronger enforcement measures and adopting interceptions at sea and the direct return of boats.

Last month a joint intelligence cell was established with France and joint investigations resulted in 11 more arrests.

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Home Secretary Priti Patel said:

+ The number of illegal small boat crossings is appalling. We are working to make this route unviable and arresting the criminals facilitating these crossings and making sure they are brought to justice.

+ Dan’s appointment is vital to cutting this route by bringing together all operational partners in the UK, and in France. This is a complex problem but across Government we are working to address many of these long-standing issues.

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Dan O’Mahoney said:

+ This role is vitally important in the fight to end the heinous crime of people smuggling across the Channel.

+ I look forward to working closely with the Home Secretary and Minister for Immigration Compliance as well as with law enforcement bodies in the UK and France to bring to bear every capability available to tackle this critically important issue.

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Mr O’Mahoney takes up the role having served since 2019 as Director of the UK’s Joint Maritime Security Centre (JMSC) where he was responsible for bringing together 15 agencies involved in Maritime Security to provide intelligence, data and situational awareness in UK waters and across the globe.

Prior to the JMSC, he has held senior positions in the National Crime Agency, and the Border Crime Command at Border Force Heathrow.

Prior to the Civil Service Mr O’Mahoney served in the Royal Marines, including operational deployments in Kosovo and Iraq.

He is also a trustee of a military charity concerned with mental health support and resettlement into civilian life which has raised close to three quarters of a million pounds since 2013.

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[photo] Home Secretary Priti Patel and Dan O'Mahoney, Clandestine Channel Threat Commander.


The ‘Clandestine channel threat commander’, does this mean he’s responsible for the migrants coming in after dark without getting spotted by Farage or the media.
 
Only a short bit of coast they can realistically use. Have a ship and drones to ping and maintain contact with incoming, talk the teams in to where they're headed and arrest upon landing.

That's ARREST and take into custody, not ferry to a luxury hotel.
After their arrest and processing then what ? How long can they be held in custody? They will be told to behave and if thyre not housed in a hotel, they will be told to report at a nominated location weekly etc while their case joins thousands of others.

Meantime they will disappear into the black economy and will do their best not to be pinged again. Even if they do they can console themselves that convicted paedophiles that should have been deported are still enjoying life in the UK


As far as migration issues are concerned, Patel is just another bench filler. She has not published the report on the grooming scandal and months after taking office, the numbers of migrants has increased.
 
Fingerprints, mug shots and DNA then a secure facility until they can be chucked out as illegals. That would be first prize.

Sadly, as you say the will is not there and you're stuck with them. Give it a couple of years at this rate and most of London will look like Kinshasa. Good luck to Khan keeping a lid on that.
 
The ‘Clandestine channel threat commander’, does this mean he’s responsible for the migrants coming in after dark without getting spotted by Farage or the media.
no ya fool, the word clandestine means unauthorised/illegal activities not sanctioned by the state, not just after Bunter of the remove.
 

Mrsheeny

War Hero
That sanctimonious news presenter on Sky (Scottish accent, self-love) has just prompted me to shout at my perfectly innocent television set.

He had the rather fragrant Helen Whatley on (junior Minister, responsible for Care).

Having initially asked her why we weren’t giving her 50% of our GDP to Lebanon, he then talked about the teachers and engineers.

Started by just using the word ‘migrants’ – no reference to illegal.

Then used what is now my least favourite word: vulnerable - in the context of how wrong (cruel) it would be to use the Royal Navy…

Don't these clowns have any awareness of how far they are adrift from the public mood? They ignore time and again, how the people have spoken in referendums, elections and opinion polls.

Off switch engaged.
The funny thing is, I saw an advert the other day for Sky News blowing their trumpet about how unbiased they are.
 
We all know the score here. Judging by the answers, suggestions, opinions and solutions many have provided anyone of us could resolve the situation overnight. Only one problem, the politics, the politicians haven't got the balls to do what is needed.

It is all just posturing and rhetoric.

I don't suppose one of the MODS could send out a V.I.P. Welcome to ARRSE Invitation to ahem...Mr Dan O'Mahoney to join up and take the information for free.

If only.
It is a difficult environment for politicians (and civil servant) to operate in, no doubt – domestically, and internationally.

What we do not seem to be observing at the moment is a concerted – and clearly expressed – will to change things.

A good start would be to use the correct language.
 

ROMFT

Old-Salt
Well now the UK is getting a taste of what Greece & Italy have had to put up with for many years.
And it seems that they don't like it up 'em.
 
Well now the UK is getting a taste of what Greece & Italy have had to put up with for many years.
And it seems that they don't like it up 'em.
You’re wrong, we’ve had waves before, noteably just before the last war, but they were at least controlled. But neither the EU or the U.K. have ever faced it as a deliberate campaign from the UN using it as an invasion withe the EU at a complete loss and the UK as an ex member is suffering the consequence. Since both the UN and the EU are predicated to peace and stability, they both appear to have failed.
 
You’re wrong, we’ve had waves before, noteably just before the last war, but they were at least controlled. But neither the EU or the U.K. have ever faced it as a deliberate campaign from the UN using it as an invasion withe the EU at a complete loss and the UK as an ex member is suffering the consequence. Since both the UN and the EU are predicated to peace and stability, they both appear to have failed.
Also after the war, large numbers of Polish servicemen/women did not want to return to face persecution by the Communists, stayed here, we took in refugees from Eastern Europe referred to at the time as 'displaced persons' again they were afraid to return home, also numbers of Czechs after the 1948 Communist coup, 24k German POW's also remained here at their request, again did not want to return to Communist (Jeremy's chums) controlled areas. Did any Italian POW's stay here? All this was before the Windrush. Hungarians after the 1956 rising.
 
Also after the war, large numbers of Polish servicemen/women did not want to return to face persecution by the Communists, stayed here, we took in refugees from Eastern Europe referred to at the time as 'displaced persons' again they were afraid to return home, also numbers of Czechs after the 1948 Communist coup, 24k German POW's also remained here at their request, again did not want to return to Communist (Jeremy's chums) controlled areas. Did any Italian POW's stay here? All this was before the Windrush. Hungarians after the 1956 rising.
There are still Italian cafe's dotted about that mostly opened in the 40's and 50's, Sidoli's in Wales for example
 
Also after the war, large numbers of Polish servicemen/women did not want to return to face persecution by the Communists, stayed here, we took in refugees from Eastern Europe referred to at the time as 'displaced persons' again they were afraid to return home, also numbers of Czechs after the 1948 Communist coup, 24k German POW's also remained here at their request, again did not want to return to Communist (Jeremy's chums) controlled areas. Did any Italian POW's stay here? All this was before the Windrush. Hungarians after the 1956 rising.
we appear to have managed. Italian POW's did stay here, but there was the aliens registration scheme which required non Brits to report to and adhere to such conditions, but proportionately to the size of our population we employed more people in such monitoring roles. And they had identity cards and the police had the power to stop and demand identification in a manner which would be considered racist now. However it worked to a point. There were of course gaps. With the immediacy of computers and radios that we have now it shouldn't be a problem and we could use a tagging system- but we've since ghettoised communities and these communities are getting far too upity. Every now an again there needs to be a slegehammer just to maintain a level.
 
There are still Italian cafe's dotted about that mostly opened in the 40's and 50's, Sidoli's in Wales for example
Quite a few Italians came to Wales during the recession, as well.
Come to think of it, I think old man Sidoli did.
My mother was at school near Maesteg with the Sidoli who set up the Sidolis in Porthcawl.
 
Also after the war, large numbers of Polish servicemen/women did not want to return to face persecution by the Communists, stayed here, we took in refugees from Eastern Europe referred to at the time as 'displaced persons' again they were afraid to return home, also numbers of Czechs after the 1948 Communist coup, 24k German POW's also remained here at their request, again did not want to return to Communist (Jeremy's chums) controlled areas. Did any Italian POW's stay here? All this was before the Windrush. Hungarians after the 1956 rising.
Lot of Italian PoWs captured in North Africa and Abyssinia remained in SA after the war, as well as a few Germans.
 
we appear to have managed. Italian POW's did stay here, but there was the aliens registration scheme which required non Brits to report to and adhere to such conditions, but proportionately to the size of our population we employed more people in such monitoring roles. And they had identity cards and the police had the power to stop and demand identification in a manner which would be considered racist now. However it worked to a point. There were of course gaps. With the immediacy of computers and radios that we have now it shouldn't be a problem and we could use a tagging system- but we've since ghettoised communities and these communities are getting far too upity. Every now an again there needs to be a slegehammer just to maintain a level.
Everyone, including children, had to carry or produce an ID card from Sep 1939 to 12 Dec 1952. The card was abolished as one of the first acts of the new Conservative government 'to set the people free'. Of course ID cards were attempted to be reintroduced by the odious Blair, again scheme knocked on the head by the Conservatives.
 
Everyone, including children, had to carry or produce an ID card from Sep 1939 to 12 Dec 1952. The card was abolished as one of the first acts of the new Conservative government 'to set the people free'. Of course ID cards were attempted to be reintroduced by the odious Blair, again scheme knocked on the head by the Conservatives.
Agree in part, but the IDcard was originally to have the same bio as the passport. Mine has now expired. The registration of aliens still continued, but any documentation was down to verification for registration purposes not for police stop and search.
 

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