今年の総人口増加が近づくにつれ、さらに数十人の移民がドーバーに到着します 8,000: 幼児と赤ちゃんは翌日上陸します 167 上の人々 13 boats were picked up in English Channel
ほぼ 8,000 people have arrived in the UK so far this year having crossed the 英語のチャネル in small boats following the latest arrivals this weekend.
の合計 167 people made the crossing in 13 boats on Saturday, according to the Ministry of Defence.
These are the latest people to have been intercepted by UK authorities after four days without any crossings, with Monday, 五月 9, 見て 51 people cross in two boats.
This brings the total for the year to 7,957, according to estimates.
The latest crossings – including a toddler and a baby – come as the Home Office said it will begin the process of informing the first asylum seekers that they could be flown to Rwanda under its new resettlement scheme, with flights expected to begin in ‘the coming months’.
しかしながら, Tom Pursglove, minister for justice and tackling illegal migration, told the Home Affairs Committee this week that the scheme was a ‘new and untested policy’ and could not point to what modelling was used to give the ‘evidence base’ to implement it.
Dozens of migrants have been rescued near the Port of Dover today while making the treacherous crossing over the English Channel on a small boat
Young children including a baby (写真) were among those rescued today while making the Channel crossing
Two children are brought ashore to safety today after making the treacherous sea voyage
Families with young children were among those spotted after the coastguard intercepted their dinghy in the middle of the Channel
Those arrivals also included women and young children who braved the journey despite the Government’s announcement of its scheme to process asylum seekers in Rwanda, which is designed to discourage them from making the dangerous sea voyage.
It is thought that they may have been hurrying to make the crossing in order to beat the cut off point before the Rwanda scheme begins.
Mr Johnson told the Daily Mail that the first 50 ‘illegal entrants into this country’ have already been served notice that they will be sent to the African nation within a fortnight.
彼が追加した: ‘There’s going to be a lot of legal opposition from the types of firms that for a long time have been taking taxpayers’ money to mount these sorts of cases, and to thwart the will of the people, the will of Parliament. We’re ready for that.
The news comes on the same day that 50 migrants have been told they will be flown to Rwanda in the first phase of the Government’s resettlement programme
It is thought many migrants may be hurrying to make the crossing in order to beat the cut off point before the Rwanda scheme begins
‘We will dig in for the fight and you know, we will make it work. We’ve got a huge flowchart of things we have to do to deal with it, with the leftie lawyers.’
Asked if he might respond with a review of the European Convention on Human Rights, Mr Johnson he said: ‘We’ll look at everything. Nothing is off the table.’
Despite the continued crossings, there is a hope the scheme will soon deter further people from making Channel crossings.
Appearing before the House of Commons’ Home Affairs Committee on Friday morning, Tom Pursglove – the minister for tackling illegal migration – stated his belief that there would be a ‘deterrent effect’ from the scheme.
And he also hinted there could be further such deals to come.
A father and his small child are helped to shore today after they were rescued from a boat in the middle of the English Channel
Under the UK’s £120m Rwanda scheme with Kigali, any adult who enters the UK illegally can now be sent on a one-way ticket to Rwanda to have an asylum claim processed
Prior to the Rwanda deal being signed, the Home Office was reported to have considered similar agreements that would see asylum seekers processed in other countries such as Albania and Ghana.
その間, Denmark is currently holding talks with Rwanda over setting up its own scheme to transfer asylum seekers to the African country.
Under the UK’s £120m Rwanda scheme with Kigali, any adult who enters the UK illegally can now be sent on a one-way ticket to Rwanda to have an asylum claim processed.
The plans have been touted by ministers as a means of clamping down on migrants making perilous journeys across the Channel in small boats.