The British government will present a new plan on Tuesday to suppress the entry of immigrants on boats that cross the English Channel. The development information suggests the rapid deportation to a third country of those who arrived on the British coast from the French or Belgian coast and transferred their registration so that they never regained the right of residence in Britain.
Home Secretary Suella Braverman expects the bill to fail in the House of Commons. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was able to speak with the Franco-British President, Emmanuel Macron at the Franco-British summit, which is held this Friday, which is an indication of the improvement in relations between the two countries.
Initially the exit of immigrants from Caleta, the French Red Cross built a reception center in Sangatte in 1999. But at the request of the British Labor government, it was demolished because the hut had the effect of attracting immigrants and refugees, who were also trying to cross the channel in vehicles transported by ferries or the Channel Tunnel.
The funds awarded by the British Treasury to France by the authorities in 2014 are estimated to be just over 250 million euros to strengthen the security systems of the train and ferry terminals in Calais or around the stations where traders know people or ships stopped around the beginning of the coast. but the numbers are increasing. In 2022, 45,000 ‘wrongdoing’ ships arrived on the English coast.
It is a smaller number. Net legal immigration last year was one million. An even lower number of refugees entering the European Union via the Balkan route or on boats that cross the Mediterranean reach Italy or Spain. But polls say voters are frustrated by the government’s lack of term limits. Sunak included the removal of that traffic in the five-goal development.
The difference with Rwanda
The opposition speaker, Yvette Cooper, states that what has been put forward by the executive is similar to the content of the Limitation Law introduced last year and has not had a positive effect. Cooper, a seasoned interior minister who opposes the banks, urges Sunak to target traffickers rather than punish fugitives.
An immigrant interviewed on Sky television on Monday stated that three-quarters of the illegal traffic controllers reside in Britain. If this is true, the government’s policy is called into question. Minister Braverman will also have to clarify how this new plan differs from the one he produced in 2022, to those who arrived by boat in Rwanda.
Some 150 million pounds – some 168 million in cash were spent in London to get the money back to the African country. The British High Court found that the policy complied with the law. But no immigrant has yet been sent to Rwanda, because the public documents for extradition procedures were not carried out correctly according to the judges. The details of the plan which, according to the media, has created tension between the Interior and Downing Street, remain to be known.