Armed Forces 'stand ready' to stop migrants crossing the Channel as MPs accuse Sajid Javid of bungling 'Dad's Army' response to crisis
Sajid Javid is accused by his own MPs of bungling 'Dad's Army' response to migrant crisis
Britain's Armed Forces 'stand ready' to stop migrants from crossing the English Channel amid an ongoing crisis, the Defence Secretary has declared. Gavin Williamson said the military was prepared to offer help to border officials amid claims that as many as 66 migrants sneaked into the UK on Christmas Day alone. The Border Force has intercepted dozens of bids by migrants to cross the Channel from France in the past three weeks, with the National Crime Agency warning that more attempts were expected in the coming days. Home Secretary Sajid Javid was last night forced to cut short a safari in South Africa amid a growing outcry over his 'Dad's Army' handling of the crisis. Mr Javid bowed to pressure to abandon his luxury break after MPs from his own party lined up to demand action – with one calling for the seizure of the French boats that migrants are using to reach Britain.
Revealed: Trafficking gangs charge £5,000 per adult migrant to smuggle them into Britain with half-price deal on children to lure their parents in
Children are being brought into the UK for a fee of £2,500 each by armed traffickers on small boats across the English Channel.
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