80 migrants arrived in Dover today in three boats

80 migrants arrived in Dover today in three boats, including a little girl holding a teddy bear, as fears mount that Boris Johnson’s Rwanda plan will fail.

The A predominantly male party, which included young people and a woman holding a teddy bear, was led to Dover Marina in Kent by British authorities wearing white Hazmat suits and masks shortly before 11am this morning aboard the catamaran Border Force Typhoon.

Soldiers in camouflage and high-visibility vests escorted the new arrivals off the ship and took them to the bridge for processing.

Two infants were held by carers, while a primary school-aged boy walked the sidewalk on his own.

As they disembarked from the boat, some migrants were seen lugging their goods. A woman held a small teddy bear in her hand, while the British army took another man’s backpack.

The announcement comes as the Ministry of Defense reduced the number of migrants crossing the English Channel this year from more than 10,000 to 9,941.

The Ministry of Defense initially reported 436 migrants arriving in the UK on May 15, but later revised the figure to 389. However, the total number of migrants arriving in the UK so far this year is more than double of the number that had arrived. as of June 3, 2021, when just over 4,200 people had been detained.

Official Home Office records show 28,526 people crossed the border in 2021, up from 8,410 in 2020.
This has reignited suspicions that the Conservative government’s primary deportation strategy to tackle human smuggling is doomed to fail.

“If the purpose of Plan Rwanda was to deter people from crossing the English Channel, it doesn’t work, does it? former Brexit Party MEP Ben Habib said on Talk TV yesterday. We’ve seen a record number of people come through since they announced it. We must put an end to this illegal cross-Channel migration.

The Interior Ministry has sent “removal warnings” to nearly 100 people suspected of illegally crossing the English Channel in dinghies, saying they will be deported to Rwanda.

The first flight is due to take off on June 14, although legal hurdles are expected at the last minute.

A group of 17 failed asylum seekers held at Brook House near Gatwick Airport went on a five-day hunger strike to protest the controversial policy, while others reportedly attempted suicide.

“While we know that attempts will now be made to obstruct the process and prolong evictions, I will not be discouraged and will remain fully dedicated to delivering what the British public expects,” Home Secretary Priti said. Patel earlier this week.

The first migrants deported by Home Office lawyers are believed to be single men. As part of the £120m deal struck with Kagame’s government last month, the government wanted flights to Kigali to start by the end of May.

If they do not withdraw their asylum application and agree to return to their country of origin, they will be flown to Rwanda and “supported to start a new life there”.

Rwanda will assess asylum claims and “adjust or cancel” them in accordance with Rwandan and international rules, according to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who also said tens of thousands of refugees could be deported to East Africa Is in the years to come. Later, the minister said the numbers will most likely remain in the hundreds.

Boris Johnson has slammed ‘liberal lawyers’ for delaying his plan to relocate tens of thousands of migrants from the UK to Rwanda, promising to ‘do it’.

“The increase in perilous Channel crossings is intolerable,” said MP Tom Pursglove, Minister for Justice and the Fight against Illegal Immigration.

“Not only are they an open breach of our immigration laws, they also impact the UK taxpayer, put lives at risk and limit our ability to help refugees enter the UK through safe channels. and legal.” The British population has had enough, and rightly so.

“Through our Nationality and Borders Bill, we are cracking down on human traffickers and reforming the dysfunctional system by making intentional entry into the UK illegal and setting a maximum sentence of life imprisonment for those who help illegal immigration to our country. ”

On Tuesday, the Regional Operational Center for Surveillance and Rescue (CROSS) based in Gris-Nez discovered six boats in distress in the Strait of Calais.

The Maritime Affairs patrol boat Jeanne Barret picked up 45 stranded people and brought them to the port of Boulogne-sur-Mer, while the all-weather boat Jean Bart picked up 41 migrants from the English Channel and dropped them off at the port of Dunkirk.

The French border police and the departmental fire and rescue services then took charge of them.

Migrants flown to Rwanda next month will be accommodated in a hotel with a swimming pool, spa, free WIFI, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, tennis court, gym and access to a golf course, according to MailOnline.

Many people who have been diverted from attempting to cross the English Channel by boat following Miss Patel’s controversial scheme will be entitled to all-inclusive holiday-style accommodation.

As part of the government crackdown on the growing number of illegal Channel crossings into the UK, up to 100 migrants are expected to be flown to the East African country in June.

The British and Rwandan governments jealously guard details of the 6,000 mile deportation flights.

However, according to MailOnline, the first plane loaded with migrants could land in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital, as early as mid-June, just in time for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Conference.

Those sent to Desir Resort Hotel will be lucky.

Le Desir offers a swimming pool, an open-air restaurant and bar and spa facilities. It is located in a peaceful area on the outskirts of Kigali, the capital of Rwanda.

There is also free Wi-Fi, a tennis court, gym and access to the golf course. Each bedroom has its own bathroom with shower.

VIP rooms with kitchen cost £46 per night for customers booking on the open market. The cost for a single room is £23 per night and a twin room is £46 per night, both including breakfast.

The restaurant at the three-star Desir Resort Hotel serves grilled tilapia fish, beef burgers, and pizza, among other dishes.

Imported Heineken beer, as well as locally made Primus and Skol beers, are available. The bar serves red and white wine, as well as a variety of spirits.
Each of the hotel’s 72 rooms has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and ironing facilities.

A delegation of Portuguese engineers are currently staying at Le Désir, as well as wealthy Rwandan families visiting the capital from the countryside. A six-person team from Lisbon has been hired to oversee the construction of a shopping complex in Kigali.

Hotel reception staff declined to discuss their involvement in the UK immigration initiative.

However, Jackie Uwamungu, the operations manager, was happy with the deal. “Business only gets back on its feet after the prolonged setbacks caused by the Covid-19 outbreak,” she said. Therefore, the immigration agreement is a welcome respite. This will help our business grow.

“We have VIP, silver, double and twin rooms, as well as a pool and meeting space,” she added.

The Niyo art gallery is a site close to Desire.

Kigali city center is around two and a half miles away, but a motorbike taxi ride takes just 10 minutes and costs less than £2.

Most Rwandans, on the other hand, live in shacks built of mud bricks and corrugated iron and subsist on less than £3 a day.

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