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More than 1,000 migrants land on British shores in the first three weeks of the year

MORE THAN 1,000 migrants landed on British shores in the first three weeks of the year.

Another 100 refugees Cross the Channel on Sunday in small boats as the total for 2022 has already surpassed the landmark number.

More than 1000 migrants landed on British shores in the first three weeks of the year
More than 1000 migrants landed on British shores in the first three weeks of the yearCredit: Steve Finn

In 2021, just 223 people made the perilous journey in the same month – for a total of more than 28,000 passes.

And in 2020, the 1,000 figure was reached until May 3 – when 49 ships docked in three boats – bringing the year’s figure to 1,045.

Ministry of Home Affairs It was confirmed yesterday that they had rescued or intercepted 87 people who were making the perilous journey in three boats on Sunday – bringing the total to 1,057.

Interior Minister Tom Pursglove “Those fleeing repression should seek safety in the first safe country to which they arrive and not risk their lives paying criminal gangs to cross the Channel,” said.

Another 100 refugees crossed the Channel on Sunday in small boats as the total for 2022 surpassed the landmark number already available.
Another 100 refugees crossed the Channel on Sunday in small boats as the total for 2022 surpassed the landmark number already available.Credit: Steve Finn
Priti Patel addresses Commons on Home Office policy after 27 migrants were killed trying to cross the English Channel

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17429019/1k-migrants-british-shores-so-far-2022/ More than 1,000 migrants land on British shores in the first three weeks of the year

Bobby Allyn

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