Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Latest

MIGRANT INVASION: UK saw MORE illegal migrant arrivals in 2022 than in 2020

BRITAIN saw more illegal migrant arrivals in 2022 than in the whole of 2020 and the problem is only getting worse, claims the journalist who exposed the crisis two years ago.

Speaking exclusively to Politicalite, UKIP immigration spokesperson Steve Laws – who also exposed the migrant crisis in Dover amid the pandemic in 2020 said that “The UK has now had more illegal immigrants arrive in 2022 than what arrived in the entire year of 2020.”

He also hit out at the Government’s “Rwanda plan” branding it a “smokescreen” that “has never been a deterrent.”

“Despite what media commentators and political personalities claim, Rwanda was never a deterrent to the Channel crossings.” said Steve.

“When there was a brief two-week gap in illegal arrivals, it was due to the wind blowing North-Eastern”

“The UK has now had more illegal immigrants arrive in 2022 than what arrived in the entire year of 2020.”

RWANDA IS NO DETERRENT, SAYS STEVE LAWS

In 2020 it was 8,466 and last year we had a total of 28,526 arriving by boat. This year, we are already over 9,000 illegal immigrants arriving by boat (that we know about). Of course, it’s difficult to know how many overstay their visas and arrive via vehicles due to the obvious difficulties in covering it.

Home Secretary Priti Patel said on the 18th of April that “We’re taking action to control our borders and deter illegal entry with our new partnership with Rwanda”.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

This has been proven to be a lie. Long before the media started celebrating the Rwanda deal as a success story, UK Independence Party has consistently pointed out the fact that to call this a deterrent is simply a lie, because there was no evidence to suggest it is or will ever be so.

Conservative MPs and political commentators alike were taking credit for the weather stopping the crossings.

I and many others suspected it was a smokescreen to gain some credibility before the local elections and unfortunately that appeared to be the case.

It has been reported by numerous sources that only 50 illegal immigrants will be sent to Rwanda next month, however, I very much doubt 50 will leave, if any.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.
. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

The Home Office struggle to deport people to their nation of origin, so to suggest sending people to a nation they don’t belong to, will have very obvious and difficult stumbling blocks, not to mention the sheer expense of sending people to Rwanda.

The Justice Secretary, Dominic Raab, says he won’t say how many removals will be expected to leave each year, but he made it abundantly clear that ‘it’s not going to deal with the whole problem’.

The deal will at best see a couple of hundreds be flown to Rwanda each year rather than the tens of thousands that are needed to create any form of successful deterrent. However, I very much doubt any will leave via this route.

I’ve been banging this drum since it was first announced but people refused to acknowledge what I was saying.

It is estimated that we will have anything between 60,000 – 100,000 illegal immigrants by boat this year.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Leave your vote

1 point
Upvote Downvote

Total votes: 1

Upvotes: 1

Upvotes percentage: 100.000000%

Downvotes: 0

Downvotes percentage: 0.000000%

DON'T MISS

Exclusive

A STUDENT has been expelled from a college in Burnley for supporting the Government’s Rwanda policy. Leo Shepherd, 17 from Nelson, Lancashire said: “Today...

WORLD EXCLUSIVE

TOMMY Robinson – the UK’s most censored political activist – is smashing the Amazon UK book charts, despite being banned from all major social...

Comment

PRITI Patel has hit back at a European Court and activist lawyers, accusing them of “thwarting” the British Government’s planned Rwanda removals just hours...

Comment

PRINCE Charles has been accused of “playing with fire” after he waded into a major political row about immigration, despite the Queen’s commitment to...

Advertisement

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

Hey there!

Forgot password?

Forgot your password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Close
of

Processing files…