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Anyone know just what the French are playing at ? Seems Sarkosy & Co are threatening to tear up the mutually agreed Treaty between France and the UK, which allows UK passport control at Calais, successfully blocking the onward route to Britain by illegal migrants. Common sense suggests that, in line with the Dublin Convention, wannabee asylum seekers apply for asylum in the first EU Country that they enter, which suggests that the French should round up the 10,000 in Calais and thousands elsewhere in France, to process asylum applications. If they fail approval or if they refuse to apply in France (cos they want to get to the UK); then logic suggests they are then deported asap to the Countries from which they came. Now what's so hard about that?

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There doesn't seem to be any logic applied to illegal immigration anywhere in the world (apart from in the third world countries where immigration doesn't exist - only emigration).

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The concern is, that the true extent of the problem is being hidden from the British public.  An FOI request has just disclosed that 27,000 "illegals" have been "arrested" by UK  Police over the last 3 years; but there the news tracking seems to stop.  Most arrests are being made at M/Way service stations, presumably illegals are then brought before a Magistrate, but then what?   Are they detained and put on the next flight home, or are they given bail and disappear into the crowd?  Do they, with the eager assistance of HR Lawyers, apply for asylum, and then kept by the tax-payer in LA housing for years while a legal aid supported case is pursued ?   Of those arrested, how many actually finish up being deported ?  The results would indicate a net importation of illegal migrants into the UK, being shrouded in secrecy by HMG.  And this isn't going away; 6,500 Africans "rescued" the other day and landed in Italy; will they be repatriated or will they be allowed to roam throughout Europe ? 

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What's the problem? Why is it, that authorities agonise for ever over such issues ? Simple: the migrants in the Calais camp have done half the work already, by congregating in a small area; what the Police might call kettling. So: start building a fence around the site, protected by a Police cordon (to prevent escapes), then start systematically arresting the illegal migrants in small groups for transfer to purpose built detention and processing centres, ready for deportation. At one flight home per day, this should take around 100 days to clean up the problem.

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The amazing thing about HR lawyers is that they only offer services in environments where their  clients stand a good chance of winning. I doubt these firms have branches in Iran, Saudi ,Syria & ISIL held communities, to mention but a few countries.

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Seems Trump isn't the only one intending to build a wall - according to press reports, the UK is funding the building of a 13ft wall alongside the main M/Way into Calais, to stop the migrants getting to the lorries ! Why not use Police HGVs disguised as commercial vehicles, let the migrants sneak on board, then take them to the detention centre, prior to their flight home ?  8)

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Perhaps newly retired Asperity could be the captain of SS Repatriation ,running cruises from France to the Middle East.

 

Retired means retired forever. No more ships for  me thank you very much :lol: :lol:

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so it will mean long time no sea then. :roll:

I saw what you did there Sid, splitting my sides :lol: :lol: :lol:

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We can't deport illegal immigrants apparently, but one rule for us and another for others:

 

http://www.latimes.com/world/la-fg-pakistan-afghanistan-refugees-20160831-snap-story.html

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