The UK/European migrant problem

Whose turn is it to give them a good shoeing this time. Ours, or your new countrymen?
Politically Angie has already distanced herself from Macron, they appear to have agreed to disagree.
The post war friendlyness was never a marriage made in heaven.
 
The Home Office put up the defence that the French navy was obligated to assure only the safety of the lives in the rubber dinghys, and to do so until they were outside French waters, which in itself is a fair defence, given that a taxi was waiting on the other side (and the British boats are obligated to assure safety on our side, too).

The French are clearly in the wrong, in failing to ensure that passenges in such rubber dinghys are fully insured and the owners/captains compliant with all the laws on passengers at sea, before taking to the waves. If I take paying pax on my boat to sea, I'd be in deep, deep kak. And my boat floats without leaky rubber airbags.

What's missing is a political assurance from both that illegal movement is prevented, and if not prevented, that criminal sanctions follow.

Not good enough.
I have said this before- charge the French on a per capita basis. They'll start yelling then. See the problem is this as long as MSM keep quiet about it ( and they will, trust me) the mass will consider Gites, Plonk and Cheese the only major capital exports the French have.
 

ancienturion

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I hope somebody, both British and French, are getting a nasty, career-ending interview without coffee.
Dream on! It is far more likely that the greasing of palms is involved.
 
....... or house them all in Wales ...you could do with some different DNA between you.
I'm doing my part for cultural enrichment in Wales, spreading my seed as far a I can

I'm still trying to give the nurses the clap on Thursday, they still need some of my DNA inside them though...
 
The Home Office put up the defence that the French navy was obligated to assure only the safety of the lives in the rubber dinghys, and to do so until they were outside French waters, which in itself is a fair defence, given that a taxi was waiting on the other side (and the British boats are obligated to assure safety on our side, too).

The French are clearly in the wrong, in failing to ensure that passenges in such rubber dinghys are fully insured and the owners/captains compliant with all the laws on passengers at sea, before taking to the waves. If I take paying pax on my boat to sea, I'd be in deep, deep kak. And my boat floats without leaky rubber airbags.

What's missing is a political assurance from both that illegal movement is prevented, and if not prevented, that criminal sanctions follow.

Not good enough.
Couldn't we escort them back with our Navy, encouraging to go back into French waters for their own safety

After all if we believe all the virtue signalling leftards, Britain is an institutionally racist country, so for their own safety we shouldn't allow gimmigrants to land
 
Politically Angie has already distanced herself from Macron, they appear to have agreed to disagree.
The post war friendlyness was never a marriage made in heaven.
You only have to watch Krautman and Fantassin knocking lumps out of each other on here recently to realise the level of Franco-German emnity.
 
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The Home Office put up the defence that the French navy was obligated to assure only the safety of the lives in the rubber dinghys, and to do so until they were outside French waters, which in itself is a fair defence, given that a taxi was waiting on the other side (and the British boats are obligated to assure safety on our side, too).

The French are clearly in the wrong, in failing to ensure that passenges in such rubber dinghys are fully insured and the owners/captains compliant with all the laws on passengers at sea, before taking to the waves. If I take paying pax on my boat to sea, I'd be in deep, deep kak. And my boat floats without leaky rubber airbags.

What's missing is a political assurance from both that illegal movement is prevented, and if not prevented, that criminal sanctions follow.

Not good enough.
I can understand the French "following on to observe" stance, just as we should, but UK vessels must only step in when the inflatable sinks, otherwise, let the Border Agency arrest them when they step onto UK soil and it's "Into the van and back you go"
 

ancienturion

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Book Reviewer
I can understand the French "following on to observe" stance, just as we should, but UK vessels must only step in when the inflatable sinks, otherwise, let the Border Agency arrest them when they step onto UK soil and it's "Into the van and back you go"
Arrest them?

You do say the funniest things.
 
The French Navy are employing the age old British trick of turning a blind eye.
It gets the undesirables out of France and on to someone else's books
Lets be honest if 99% of the posters on this thread where on a ship and a dinghy came past heading for France we'd make sure they got into French waters.

Farage missed a trick he had a seaworthy craft and they say the gimmigrants dinghy was in trouble
Why not throw them a rope and tow them back froggie side and challenge the French Navy to actively get involved in stopping him returning them.

That would have caused a far bigger scandal
He'd probably got done for some infraction they could dream up.

Arrest the usual suspects...
 
:D :D :D

The minute they step foot on UK soil, they are here for life, with very few exceptions.
As are their vastly extended families. labour need their postal votes, and the civil service disapprove of a Tory government, so this will go on.
 
I can understand the French "following on to observe" stance, just as we should, but UK vessels must only step in when the inflatable sinks, otherwise, let the Border Agency arrest them when they step onto UK soil and it's "Into the van and back you go"
Oh hang on there :mrgreen:. I ‘m quite alright with the British Cutters arresting French naval vessels escorting for aiding and abetting illegal migration. It’s either that or failing to rescue people in distress at sea and returning them to land.
 
War torn shithole they are fleeing . . . . ie. France. Or is that actually a safe country within the meaning of the legislation? Hmmmmm . . .
The one they'll no doubt have fled from in fear for their lives in order to claim asylum in Britistan.
 

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