A CITIZEN Journalist who helped to expose the Migrant Crisis in Dover claims ‘peoples’ news channel GB News is ignoring the crisis.
Steve Laws, 30 – who has covered the ongoing migrant crisis in Dover for well over a year, even being arrested for exposing the influx of migrants told Politicalite that he reached out to GB about a week ago.
“Regarding the illegal immigration at Dover. I offered help with information and footage. They didn’t even reply.”
I reached out to GB news about a week ago regarding the illegal immigration at Dover. I offered help with information and footage. They didn't even reply. I've got a feeling they're going to ignore it like the rest do. pic.twitter.com/VuDbLlKtZm
— Steve Laws (@Steve_Laws_) June 25, 2021
“I’ve got a feeling they’re going to ignore it like the rest do.”
“It’s not hard to send a reporter down Dover to film some arrivals, write up a quick 2 – 5 minute report and then push it out at least once or twice a week.”
“This will never end without media pressure.”
Politicalite has reached out to GB News for comment.
THE HOME Office was been accused of trying to ‘Cover-up’ the Migrant Crisis that has been engulfing the British town of Dover, Politicalite can reveal.
Citizen Journalist Steve Laws, 30 – who has covered the ongoing migrant crisis in Dover for well over a year, even being arrested for exposing the influx of migrants told Politicalite that the main port in which illegal migrants enter Britain has been blocked off with high fences.
“I first started covering the illegal immigration at Dover, well over a year ago.” said Steve.
“When I first started filming the whole operation was relatively small with only a few strange containers used as a ‘processing’ facility.”