Immigration minister declared that “Hotel Britannia” should end, urging for migrants for accommodation in “simple, functional” rooms rather than “luxurious” rooms.
Robert Jenrick said that “a chronic lack of of acceptable accommodation” for “record numbers” of migrants led to government using expensive hotels, adding to cost for taxpayers.
But, writing in In the Sunday Telegraph, he suggested that more basic accommodation should considered, for example, obsolete student housing, non-existent holiday parks or even budget cruise ships.
Mr Jenrick said: “Human decency must be accompanied by a hard headless common Meaning: Illegal immigrants are not eligible for luxury hotels.
“Terms in UK is almost always better than in neighboring countries, which helps explain why the UK is a destination of choice for economic migrants on continent “buying asylum”.
“Hotel Britannia” should end and be replaced with simple, functional device that does not create an additional attraction factor.
This happens when British ministers are under fire over conditions at Manston Containment Center in Kent – in one point up to 4000 people were detained on the spot, despite the fact that designed Keep just 1600.
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Number of migrants who crossed the English Channel to Britain, believed to have exceeded 40,000 year after dozens more arrived on Saturday.
And the mayor of Kale has been cited in French media saying that “about 500 people”were rescued after 14 attempts to cross the English Channel. in previous 24 hours.
Mr Jenrick said the UK needed work close with French officials to deter those who are “trying to cheat the process”.
Reported in the last days that new agreement with France – considered worth about £80 million is in this is final stages.
He said: “With greater coordination between our respective security and law enforcement agencies, we can eliminate the evil.” criminal gangs directed these crossings and put things in order both on our shores and in the north of France.
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mr jenrick also said he would consider expanding a controversial deportation scheme from Rwanda introduced former home secretary Priti Patel.
The scheme, by which migrants are deported to an East African country, whether their asylum applications are granted or not, has not yet been used.
But Mr Jenrick said similar agreements would be explored with Other countries, adding that those traveling from “safe” countries should not view small boats like “a path to life here.”