In a bid to tackle the unstoppable flow of immigrants on tiny inflatable dinghies into the country, Britain First have taken matters into their own hands by taking to the high seas themselves.
Clearly they are not
Or there would not be over a 1000 a week escaping France for the UK.
The figures I´ve seen on this thread are only for migrants arriving by boat. They don´t include the migrants arriving by truck. There are still migrants in the Calais area trying to hop on lorries.
They haven´t gone away you know.
if an officer of Roads policing, carries out an authorised manoeuvre in order to stop a suspect vehicle, as long as he is trained to do so, carries it out correctly and is using a sanctioned vehicle then if injury is sustained by the driver (or rider in the case of motorbikes) then it is doubtful he would be criminally liable - this is because reasonable steps have been taken to prevent injury.Not inept Steve, just not really interested in trying to do Preeti Useless's latest turning back weeze.
Whats that? Any BF Officer who caused a capsize would be criminally liable for any injury or fatality that ensued? Unpossible!
Well, err, that’s nice.More detail . . . . you could NOT make-up this . . . !!
Well, err, that’s nice.
He showed a portion of an experiment that didn’t work - or possibly they cocked the drill up and it didn’t work, or they were seeing what would happen if…?
As in when you see footage of a police officer beating the snot out of a 15 year old kid or a woman - they usually edit out the bit where a knife was drawn on the copper.
Of course BF could just go out on day one, make it up as they go along on a live target and cock it up. I am sure even in the RCT you had exercises where you practiced doing things, which were based on experience or following guidance thought up by people how had done a few trial runs on things - yeah?
A migrant camp has been dismantled for the third time since June in Calais today.
In June, there were about 500 migrants, mostly from Sudan and Iran.
In July, there were 130 ; today, 86, among them 4 women and 10 children. They were relocated to various shelters in the region.
Local NGOs say that the migrants will return in the coming days to try and cross the Channel anyway.
The local Gendarmerie says the smugglers have adapted their TTPs to limit the window of vulnerability of the migrants.
The smuggling boats now come directly from the sea to a pick up point where migrants are hidding.
The migrants only go on to the open beach when ordered and board the boat which then speeds off towards open sea quickly.
It removes the period when migrants have to inflate the boats and drag them on the beach which is when many are spotted and equipment seized. Unless the security forces have good Intel, it’s all done before they can intervene on land.
The minute that BF put anyone in danger on that dinghy they are bound by SOLAS to rescue them.
Last night’s Evening Standard