Media Reports Archive : May 2020


Britain has lost the plot on migrant crossings

With Britain's attention distracted by the virus, migrants have been redoubling their efforts to arrive in small boats from across the Channel.

The Times - 27 May 2020

Home Office approaches Australian Border Force Chief who helped mastermind return of sea migrants

Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, is already considering law and treaty changes to make it easier to return migrants.

Daily Telegraph - 27 May 2020

UK immigration from outside EU soars to record high in run-up to Brexit

Migration Watch said: “The numbers give a real taste of things to come if government succeeds in throwing open our jobs market to the world.'

Mirror Online - 22 May 2020

MPs overwhelmingly back Boris Johnson’s post-Brexit points-based immigration system

The Migration Watch UK think tank warned that the immigration proposals could even drive numbers up.

The Sun - 19 May 2020

New immigration system will see 50,000 extra non-EU workers and families let into the UK each year

Tens of thousands more migrants from outside the EU will be able to come to Britain in the biggest immigration shake-up for decades.

Mail Online - 19 May 2020

Another 14 migrants reach Dover after illegal Channel crossing

The news came as Home Office chiefs confirmed there would be a fortnight quarantine for arrivals.

Daily Mail - 15 May 2020

Britain's failure to remove illegal migrants is fueling 'dangerous' cross-Channel attempts

More than 3,200 migrants have successfully made the crossing since 2018, according to research by Migration Watch UK.

Daily Telegraph - 8 May 2020

Immigration pushes UK population to 66.8 million

A population rise equal to Leicester in the space of a year is not slow but eye-watering, said Migration Watch UK.

The Times - 7 May 2020

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