Media Reports Archive : June 2020

Priti Patel pledges new laws to bar and deport foreign criminals who 'abuse UK's hospitality

The Home Secretary is planning new legislation that will make it easier and faster to remove foreign criminals

30 Jun 2020 - Media Report: Daily Telegraph
Asylum seeker warned of desire to 'stab and kill'

The warning came hours before launching a knife attack that left six people seriously wounded.

30 Jun 2020 - Media Report: The Times
Reading attack suspect Khairi Saadallah shouted 'Allahu akbar'

The man accused of stabbing three gay men to death in a terror attack in Reading was shouting “Allahu akbar”

30 Jun 2020 - Media Report: The Independent
None of 1,100 or so cross-Channel migrants who arrived in last seven weeks have been removed

Just 155 people were removed between the start of 2019 and now, the government revealed.

19 Jun 2020 - Media Report: Mail Online
Home Office has no idea how many illegal migrants are in the UK, says National Audit Office

The Home Office's last estimate of the number of illegal migrants was in 2005.

17 Jun 2020 - Media Report: Daily Telegraph
Channel 'migrants' brought ashore after boat crossings

Suspected migrants who tried to cross the English Channel on board small boats have been brought ashore at Dover.

12 Jun 2020 - Media Report: BBC News
Five unanswered questions on the travel quarantine rules

Most people entering the UK from overseas are now expected to self-isolate for 14 days. There are questions about how it will be enforced...

11 Jun 2020 - Media Report: BBC News
Boris Johnson on the Hong Kong crisis

About 350,000 of the territory’s people hold British National (Overseas) passports and another 2.5 million would be eligible to apply for them.

3 Jun 2020 - Media Report: The Times
Channel crossings will continue as long as illegal migrants are allowed to stay in Britain

The business model for people smugglers depends on countries' unwillingness to turn would-be migrants away

1 Jun 2020 - Media Report: Daily Telegraph


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