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The UK/European migrant problem

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syrup

LE
Hold on a cotton-picking minute...

From your link:
"Working in partnership with Surrey Police, the Polish Policja also arrested a 32-year-old man in Bialystok, Poland, for similar offences. He has since been remanded into Polish custody.
The warrants formed part of an intelligence-led operation following months of planning to disrupt modern slavery offences, including trafficking and prostitution, across the UK."


I thought police interaction was not possible now we have left "your organisation"? This article is, evidently, therefore false.

I would imagine being remanded into Polish Custody won't quite be a cushy and being lifted by British Plod
 
Possibly covered in one of the Covid threads but I thought this topical enough for here.


'Around 320 migrants are currently staying at the four-star Crowne Plaza, near Heathrow airport, where many will reside for weeks courtesy of the government as they await a decision on their asylum claims.'

The majority of my younger tax paying wider family can stand aside for longer.
 
Two articles from last week in Belgium. That is one tinderbox of a Country/Capital City IMHO.

Been past the church in question many times (navigated by Kebab compass) and bizarrely have been on the bus route in the 2nd story too (until I realised taxi was much safer and nicer)!


 
Two articles from last week in Belgium. That is one tinderbox of a Country/Capital City IMHO.

Been past the church in question many times (navigated by Kebab compass) and bizarrely have been on the bus route in the 2nd story too (until I realised taxi was much safer and nicer)!


The article says that the parish priest in the church supports them. Let them trash the place then for all I care. Lefty priests deserve everything they get.
 
From experience, I can guarantee that the best you can expect will be a Copy&Paste letter of acknowledgement - from the Correspondence Unit - including a sentence confirming something intended to placate your interest/concern :( .

Again from experience, it has proven more affective/effective, to write to you MP, asking him/her/it to ask the appropriate Minister to respond/concern ;) !?

Or just set fire to something and break a few windows. Seems to work for the great unwashed.
 

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Originally published by: Dan Warburton, MIRROR, on 08 FEBRUARY 2020 (One YEAR ago).

Gang of illegal immigrants caught trying to flee UK over fear of Brexit rights.

EXCLUSIVE: Shocked border staff in Calais discovered 33 stowaways on a lorry arriving from Dover. The runaways said they were worried about mistreatment in the UK now Britain has left the EU.

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Shocked border guards in France found the 33 stowaways on a lorry in Calais that had just arrived from Dover (Image: AFP via Getty Images)

A gang of illegal immigrants has been caught trying to FLEE the UK – fearing mistreatment in Britain after Brexit.

Shocked border guards in France found the 33 stowaways on a lorry in Calais that had just arrived from Dover.

An immigration charity worker said: “This is very rare.”

The runaways told officials they wanted to get out of the UK because they were worried about their rights now that Britain has left the EU.

But last night 31 of the group – 27 men and four women – were back in the UK and being held in immigration centres where they will be questioned over the escape bid.

France returned them under a reciprocal agreement which allows the French to send back illegal immigrants if they are asylum seekers or criminals.

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Chris Hobbs, a former special branch officer for border control, said the discovery was 'highly unusual' (Image: Ealing Gazette & Leader)

A source said: “They were found in a lorry and told security that they were leaving because they feared how they would be treated post-Brexit.

“They said they were worried their rights would be curtailed when we are no longer in the EU.

“Then they were sent back by French authorities in three lots of 11, escorted by police, and taken to immigration centres.”

Britain’s immigration enforcement unit launched a probe on Monday after the 33 were caught at the French inbound controls in Calais.

The group had sneaked on to a container truck which sailed on a Danish-owned DFDS ferry from Dover.

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The lorry carrying the runaway had already driven off the ferry but was stopped at a checkpoint in the port

The lorry had already driven off the ferry but was stopped at a checkpoint in the port.

Guards were stunned to find the group trying to get INTO France – a complete reverse of the usual one-way tide of desperate migrants that has hit the French port for years.

Chris Hobbs, a former special branch officer in border control with the Metropolitan Police, said: “This is highly unusual.

It could be that they think the asylum regime is going to be harsher once we leave the EU.

It could be they found the land of milk and honey wasn’t all they were told it would be.

“Or they could simply be in the hands of traffickers who want them stationed somewhere else and there’s an element of human slavery.”

Lucy Moreton from the charity Immigration Service Union said: “It is very rare for people to be returned from France to the UK.

“Trying to smuggle yourself out of Britain because of Brexit seems like an odd thing to do, but I wouldn’t rule it out.

“Who knows what goes through people’s minds when they make this decision?”

Sources say 31 were returned to the UK because their status fell within the boundaries of the UK’s reciprocal agreement with France.

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The group had sneaked on to a container truck which sailed on a Danish-owned DFDS ferry from Dover (Image: PA Archive/PA Images)

Under this agreement France is entitled to return asylum seekers if they are facing criminal charges in the UK or had already applied for asylum here.

The Calais authorities told the Sunday People that there had been a surge in the number of migrants trying to get from France to the UK because of Brexit.

But they were not aware of similar traffic the other way.

A French Border Police source said: “It is not unheard of for migrants to travel from Britain to France, but these are normally isolated individual cases.

The British do everything possible to defend their borders and so do we.

“We have always worked in partnership and this is continuing after Brexit.”

A spokeswoman for ferry company DFDS said: “On Monday 33 people were discovered in a vehicle that had travelled on board one of our vessels, the Cotes des Dunes.

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Lucy Moreton from charity Immigration Service Union said: 'It is very rare for people to be returned from France to the UK' (Image: Mirror Screen Grab)

“The 33 illegal immigrants were discovered by French customs after a control at the exit of the port of Calais, not onboard the vessel.

“They were returned to the UK in accordance with an existing agreement between PAF (Police Aux Frontiers) and UK Border Force.”

A Home Office spokesman said: “We have a long-standing agreement which allows for the return of illegal migrants who are refused entry by either France or the UK at a Channel port within 24 hours.

“More than 100 people who arrived illegally in the UK have been returned to France in the last three years under this arrangement.”

But Brexit has not stopped many illegal immigrants from continuing to try and enter the UK
in boats across the Channel.

A record 90 people were picked up by UK Border Force agents as they tried to cross the Channel to Britain in small boats on Thursday.

 
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Originally published by: Dan Warburton, MIRROR, on 08 FEBRUARY 2020 (One week ago).

Gang of illegal immigrants caught trying to flee UK over fear of Brexit rights.

EXCLUSIVE: Shocked border staff in Calais discovered 33 stowaways on a lorry arriving from Dover. The runaways said they were worried about mistreatment in the UK now Britain has left the EU.

0_BRITAIN-EU-POLITICS-BREXIT-DOVER.jpg
Shocked border guards in France found the 33 stowaways on a lorry in Calais that had just arrived from Dover (Image: AFP via Getty Images)

A gang of illegal immigrants has been caught trying to FLEE the UK – fearing mistreatment in Britain after Brexit.

Shocked border guards in France found the 33 stowaways on a lorry in Calais that had just arrived from Dover.

An immigration charity worker said: “This is very rare.”

The runaways told officials they wanted to get out of the UK because they were worried about their rights now that Britain has left the EU.

But last night 31 of the group – 27 men and four women – were back in the UK and being held in immigration centres where they will be questioned over the escape bid.

France returned them under a reciprocal agreement which allows the French to send back illegal immigrants if they are asylum seekers or criminals.

0_ANG_WLP_WL20135437_2JPG.jpg

Chris Hobbs, a former special branch officer for border control, said the discovery was 'highly unusual' (Image: Ealing Gazette & Leader)

A source said: “They were found in a lorry and told security that they were leaving because they feared how they would be treated post-Brexit.

“They said they were worried their rights would be curtailed when we are no longer in the EU.

“Then they were sent back by French authorities in three lots of 11, escorted by police, and taken to immigration centres.”

Britain’s immigration enforcement unit launched a probe on Monday after the 33 were caught at the French inbound controls in Calais.

The group had sneaked on to a container truck which sailed on a Danish-owned DFDS ferry from Dover.

0_Cotes_des_dunesA.jpg

The lorry carrying the runaway had already driven off the ferry but was stopped at a checkpoint in the port

The lorry had already driven off the ferry but was stopped at a checkpoint in the port.

Guards were stunned to find the group trying to get INTO France – a complete reverse of the usual one-way tide of desperate migrants that has hit the French port for years.

Chris Hobbs, a former special branch officer in border control with the Metropolitan Police, said: “This is highly unusual.

It could be that they think the asylum regime is going to be harsher once we leave the EU.

It could be they found the land of milk and honey wasn’t all they were told it would be.

“Or they could simply be in the hands of traffickers who want them stationed somewhere else and there’s an element of human slavery.”

Lucy Moreton from the charity Immigration Service Union said: “It is very rare for people to be returned from France to the UK.

“Trying to smuggle yourself out of Britain because of Brexit seems like an odd thing to do, but I wouldn’t rule it out.

“Who knows what goes through people’s minds when they make this decision?”

Sources say 31 were returned to the UK because their status fell within the boundaries of the UK’s reciprocal agreement with France.

0_Dover-stock.jpg

The group had sneaked on to a container truck which sailed on a Danish-owned DFDS ferry from Dover (Image: PA Archive/PA Images)

Under this agreement France is entitled to return asylum seekers if they are facing criminal charges in the UK or had already applied for asylum here.

The Calais authorities told the Sunday People that there had been a surge in the number of migrants trying to get from France to the UK because of Brexit.

But they were not aware of similar traffic the other way.

A French Border Police source said: “It is not unheard of for migrants to travel from Britain to France, but these are normally isolated individual cases.

The British do everything possible to defend their borders and so do we.

“We have always worked in partnership and this is continuing after Brexit.”

A spokeswoman for ferry company DFDS said: “On Monday 33 people were discovered in a vehicle that had travelled on board one of our vessels, the Cotes des Dunes.

0_Immigration-Services-Union-General-secretary-Lucy-Moreton.jpg

Lucy Moreton from charity Immigration Service Union said: 'It is very rare for people to be returned from France to the UK' (Image: Mirror Screen Grab)

“The 33 illegal immigrants were discovered by French customs after a control at the exit of the port of Calais, not onboard the vessel.

“They were returned to the UK in accordance with an existing agreement between PAF (Police Aux Frontiers) and UK Border Force.”

A Home Office spokesman said: “We have a long-standing agreement which allows for the return of illegal migrants who are refused entry by either France or the UK at a Channel port within 24 hours.

“More than 100 people who arrived illegally in the UK have been returned to France in the last three years under this arrangement.”

But Brexit has not stopped many illegal immigrants from continuing to try and enter the UK
in boats across the Channel.

A record 90 people were picked up by UK Border Force agents as they tried to cross the Channel to Britain in small boats on Thursday.

A year old mate
 
no matter, what the ******* ****
This made me laugh

France returned them under a reciprocal agreement which allows the French to send back illegal immigrants if they are asylum seekers or criminals.
 

Tyk

LE
Reciprocal agreement? Then why aren't we reciprocating the cnuts back to the land of cheese and wine?

Together with the many thousands that have arrived on boats and are being accommodated in hotels at UK taxpayers expense.
That reciprocal agreement appears to be utterly worthless from a UK perspective.
 
A year old mate
Yes . . . Thank you for that ;) .

Irrespective of the date, I'm more interested in this apparent "reciprocal arrangement" to send the buggers back to France . . . that subsequent posters have also noted !!
 

The first lock down I was not allowed to evict anyone.
Until a drunk resident puled a knife on a cleaner. I threaten to leave.
I had security and I also had a booking in/out book.
This lady was away for a few days, so was she sleeping outside?
I have left my job now so it's me and not a mate
 
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