Fast track, it’s always a fast track with the Left in any part of the government and it’s bureaucracy.
Revealed: 24 migrants found packed into lorries stopped by Kent police are ALREADY on fast track to win asylum… just days after this picture was taken
At least 24 of the migrants who made it to Britain hiding in the back of two lorries have already been given their freedom, with the remaining 27 expected to have been let out by last night. Pictured: Twenty Iranians and five Iraqis – including five children – were found packed inside the back of the lorry that was pulled over in Kent
- At least 24 migrants found in lorry in Kent are already on way to freedom
- All 51 stowaways claimed asylum and remaining 27 to be let out last night
- Photographs showed migrants crammed like sardines into back of lorries
At least 24 of the migrants who made it to Britain hiding in the back of two lorries have already been given their freedom.
All 51 stowaways had claimed asylum and the remaining 27 men, women and children who were discovered sneaking into the country were expected to have been let out by last night.
One of the trucks arrived in the UK on Wednesday, hours after Home Secretary Theresa May announced toughened border security following the Brussels suicide bombings in which 31 were killed and 270 wounded.
Photographs of stowaways crammed like sardines in the back of one lorry were published yesterday.
It was a damning illustration of how Britain has lost control of its borders – and fuelled fears about the rigour of security checks during the current terror alert.
All 51 migrants are understood to have claimed they were fleeing war, persecution and humanitarian disaster in Iran, Iraq and Syria.
By yesterday most had been processed at the Kent Intake Unit, where they were offered food, drink and medical attention, and underwent security screening.