Media Reports Archive : October 2021


Flows of immigrants are largely driven now less by war or persecution or famine, than by growing global inequality.

Bloomberg - 29 Oct 2021

‘Ironic, isn’t it?’ Ferrari blasts France who can seize UK trawlers but not migrant boats

The French Government have threatened to prevent UK boats from landing their fish at French ports

Daily Express - 29 Oct 2021

Fears about climate migration are being used to build up borders

NGOs and campaigners are concerned that climate change and migration will be just the latest reason for states to raise their borders

New Statesman - 29 Oct 2021

The EU is being asked to pay for border fences to keep migrants out

The European Union has a firm stance on paying for border walls: it won’t

The Economist - 29 Oct 2021

Missing migrants an absolute tragedy

A former UK Border Force chief said he feared a further loss of life if migrants continued to cross the Channel

BBC - 29 Oct 2021

French far right flock to Zemmour’s banner as fear of ‘Muslim domination’ grows

According to the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies, there were 6.8 million immigrants living in France last year

The Times - 28 Oct 2021

Build wall to halt migrants, German state chief tells EU

The European Union needs “fences and walls” on the Poland-Belarus border to block an influx of migrants

The Times - 28 Oct 2021

Can’t find workers? Why not pay more instead of exploiting children and migrants

The Brits were warned by militant communist journal, the Financial Times, in 2017 that British industries were “addicted to cheap labour”

Guardian - 28 Oct 2021

Harwich: Former border chief voices migrant safety fears

A former UK Border Force chief says he fears further loss of life if migrants continue to cross the Channel

BBC - 28 Oct 2021

Number of EU citizens claiming benefits doubled during pandemic

The number of EU citizens claiming benefits doubled in the pandemic

Telegraph - 26 Oct 2021

Too damn decent for the lot of them: SIR DAVID AMESS' own memoirs give an unaffected insight into his integrity, modesty and passion to make the world a better place - as well as a chilling foreboding of his death

I blame Blair for the way he dealt with immigration generally and for changing the face of London with no regard for social cohesion

Mail Online - 26 Oct 2021

How Belarus is helping ‘tourists’ break into the EU

Belarus has been accused of taking revenge for EU sanctions by offering migrants tourist visas, and helping them across its border

BBC - 22 Oct 2021

Thousands of refugees and migrants plead for Libya evacuation

Thousands of refugees and migrants have been camped out in front of a United Nations centre in Tripoli for three weeks

Al Jazeera - 22 Oct 2021

Migrants who claim to be children may be refused asylum by Home Office if they don’t take age test

ASYLUM seekers who claim to be children but refuse to take part in Home Office tests to check their age could see their application refused

The Sun - 22 Oct 2021

Covid curbs hamper Channel migrant screening

Coronavirus restrictions caused failings in Home Office checks of migrants who crossed the Channel in small boats

The Times - 22 Oct 2021

Stunned trucker watches up to seven 'migrants' climb out of parked lorry as number who have crossed by boat this year nears a record-breaking 20,000

This is the shocking moment a group of suspected migrants forced their way out of an HGV stuck in traffic in Kent

Mail Online - 20 Oct 2021

Man killed in 'bust-up' at Felixstowe was a lorry driver: Police arrest four men after 'altercation' at truck stop near log-jammed shipping port

A man who died after an 'altercation' at a lorry park next door to the Port of Felixstowe was a lorry driver who was sleeping in his cab

Mail Online - 20 Oct 2021

Make threatening deportation to coerce women a crime, says watchdog

Immigration abuse should be recognised as an official form of domestic violence by the Government

Telegraph - 20 Oct 2021

Migrant traffickers step up Channel crossings to beat Priti Patel’s new laws

Channel people smugglers have mounted an autumn blitz to beat the introduction of Priti Patel's tough new laws and the winter weather

Telegraph - 20 Oct 2021

Suspect in killing of Sir David Amess allegedly made Islamist declaration after attack

The man arrested on suspicion of murdering Sir David Amess is understood to have made an alleged Islamist declaration

Telegraph - 20 Oct 2021

Migrant crossings: More than 800 migrants cross Channel in three days

More than 800 people have crossed the English Channel to Kent over three days, the Home Office has said

BBC - 20 Oct 2021

Desperate British pig farmers tell Johnson: Ease immigration rules

Farmers across Britain say a combination of Brexit and COVID-19 have sparked an exodus of east European workers

Reuters - 14 Oct 2021

Channel migrants: Patel seeks immunity for Border Force if new tactics kill

Priti Patel wants to grant Border Force officers immunity from criminal prosecution if migrants die during new “turnback” operations in the Channel

The Times - 14 Oct 2021

Nobel Prize for economist who was father of open border migration policies

One of his most famous papers is a study, published in 1990, of the impact of the Mariel Boatlift, in which 125,000 Cubans arrived in Miami in 1980

Telegraph - 12 Oct 2021

People smugglers deploying bigger boats to combat rougher autumn seas

People smugglers are deploying bigger boats carrying an average of 30 migrants each to overcome rougher autumn seas

Telegraph - 12 Oct 2021

We will start sending money to France to stop migrants crossing, Damian Hinds says

The UK will start releasing chunks of the £54 million deal promised to the French to combat Channel migrant crossings

The Times - 12 Oct 2021

Channel migrants: French politicians call on UK to overhaul 'lax' labour laws to deter crossings

The British are cynical, sarcastic, unable to reform their Labour Code because it is there, the problem, and it is they, in fact, who largely promote

Euronews - 12 Oct 2021

The case for mass migration is built on lies

It turns out that wages – and blue-collar wages most of all – are soaring

The Telegraph - 7 Oct 2021

Dominic Raab vows to overhaul ‘nonsensical’ Human Rights Act

Dominic Raab has pledged to overhaul the “nonsensical” Human Rights Act to prevent it from being abused by dangerous criminals

The Telegraph - 7 Oct 2021

Islamic State mother Nicole Jack says 'don't sweep us under carpet'

A British woman who joined the Islamic State group with her young children has said UK politicians should 'open your minds' to allowing them to return

BBC - 7 Oct 2021

Police bust criminal group smuggling Afghan migrants to western Europe

Police say they have dismantled a migrant smuggling ring transporting Afghans to western Europe

Euronews - 7 Oct 2021

EU migrant fury: Three member states using illegal 'shadow armies' to push back refugees

BRUSSELS chiefs are being forced to intervene at the border of three EU countries engaging in the illegal pushback of migrants with 'shadow armies'

Daily Express - 7 Oct 2021

The UK has 'broken free of the curse of low wages', Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng tells Tory conference

The UK has broken free of the curse of low wages, Kwasi Kwarteng declared yesterday

Mail Online - 5 Oct 2021

There is no reason for asylum seekers to travel from France to the UK

The Home Secretary will tell Tory supporters there is “no reason” for an asylum seeker to cross the Channel from France

PA - 5 Oct 2021

Tax firms more to hire foreign staff, says Lord Wolfson

Britain must introduce a “demand-led” immigration system where businesses are free to recruit overseas workers

Telegraph - 5 Oct 2021

Albania hits back at offshore migrant processing centre plan

Albania hit back at Priti Patel’s plans for Channel migrants to be held in their country

Telegraph - 5 Oct 2021

No more uncontrolled immigration:: PM says Britain in period of adjustment

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday he would not return to 'uncontrolled immigration' to solve fuel, gas and Christmas food crises

Reuters - 5 Oct 2021

Budget for enforcing immigration rules falls £40million in three years as number of illegal entries soars

Migration Watch chairman Alp Mehmet said the figures showed the Government's priorities had become 'skewed'.

Mail Online - 1 Oct 2021

Pro-immigration Keir Starmer will never lead Labour back into power

Until Starmer realises and admits that the Red Wall collapse are a product of his own party’s policies, Labour will never be electable.

The Sun - 1 Oct 2021


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