The government has “learned nothing” from the preventable deaths of 31 people in the English Channel, charities said on the anniversary of the tragedy. On November 24, 2021, a dinghy with 34 people on board sank as they attempted to make the dangerous journey to the UK from France. TheRead More →

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has admitted that “not enough” asylum claims are being processed, but defended his Home Secretary Suella Braverman for her handling of Britain’s migrant crisis. Sunak’s government is struggling to cope with record numbers of migrants crossing the Channel as a backlog in processing asylum applicationsRead More →

Trafficking gangs send hundreds of migrants a day across the English channel in small boats from France resort to launching rubber dinghies on inland rivers to avoid police surveillance and capture. The strategy of starting the perilous inland crossings by placing dinghies in rivers flowing into the sea in theRead More →

Everything wrong with the UK immigration debate was exposed in Parliament yesterday. Suella Braverman, home secretary and current punching bag for the well-meaning mob, has tried to tackle the issue of illegal migration across the Channel. “Some 40,000 people have arrived on the south coast this year alone,” she said.Read More →

Storm Claudio battered southern England from Kent to Dorset overnight with winds of up to 70mph pounding isolated coastlines. It was caused by a small area of ​​low pressure, according to the Met Office, which is tracking eastward. The strongest winds hit the Channel Islands and northern France, but manyRead More →

LONDON Government plans to bar those arriving in the UK in small boats across the English Channel from seeking asylum are “deeply worrying”, according to the NGO Refugee Council. Enver Solomon, CEO of one of the UK’s leading charities working with refugees and asylum seekers, said Tuesday’s proposal from HomeRead More →

The new Home Secretary, Suella Braverman, is expected to use the upcoming Conservative Party annual conference to introduce legislation banning migrants crossing the Channel from seeking asylum. According to reports, the new legislation is designed to create a blanket ban on anyone illegally entering the UK on boats crossing theRead More →

Conservative government wants to toughen immigration rules Pressure mounts to deal with small boat crossings Charity Care4Calais calls government plans ‘barbaric’ BIRMINGHAM, England, Oct 4 (Reuters) – Britain’s Home Secretary Suella Braverman on Tuesday outlined plans for new powers to bar migrants crossing the English Channel from seeking asylum andRead More →

More than 33,000 migrants have crossed the English Channel in small boats so far this year, official government figures have revealed. Data released by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) indicates that 33,001 people were intercepted on the dangerous journey through the 21-mile Strait of Dover in 2022. A total ofRead More →

Children were seen wrapped in blankets as they were carried to safety while other people were spotted holding their belongings in bin bags. They were seen being landed in Dover, Kent, for processing. Sailings continued on Friday following arrivals on Thursday after a spell of bad weather prevented crossing theRead More →

This joint effort was coordinated with several entities, including Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) and Allied Navies’ Maritime Operations Centers, resulting in a shared maritime picture across the Alliance. . “Regular monitoring of areas and activities of maritime security interest to Allied nations is an important part of NATO’sRead More →

This joint effort was coordinated with several entities, including Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) and Allied Navies’ Maritime Operations Centers, resulting in a shared maritime picture across the Alliance. . “Regular monitoring of areas and activities of maritime security interest to Allied nations is an important part of NATO’sRead More →

This joint effort was coordinated with several entities, including Standing NATO Maritime Group 1 (SNMG1) and Allied Navies’ Maritime Operations Centers, resulting in a shared maritime picture across the Alliance. . “Regular monitoring of areas and activities of maritime security interest to Allied nations is an important part of NATO’sRead More →

More people reached the UK in small boats on Sunday after nearly 1,000 people made the dangerous crossing yesterday. The number of arrivals in 2022 – currently over 26,000 – could soon eclipse last year’s total despite the summer, according to data compiled and analyzed by Sky News. Young childrenRead More →

As members of the R.A.F. and part of the BM Force Engineering Logistics Wing Charities Committee. airfield radar flightlocated at RAF Leeming, seeks to raise funds for the Association of Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families (SSAFA). As a flight, we have all recently witnessed the fantastic work SSAFA have doneRead More →

Jonathan Whiting, resident of Kirkwood in Dover Beach in England, holds the June 11, 2021 issue of The Webster-Kirkwood Times in which his quest to swim the English Channel was featured. | photo courtesy of Jonathan Whiting Kirkwood resident Jonathan Whiting battled the Atlantic Ocean for 9.5 hours in hisRead More →

Pakistani news channel suppressed and put on notice for inciting “revolt” against the army ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s electronic media regulator has issued a show cause notice to a major private news channel, ARY News, for airing ‘hateful and seditious’ content which the authority says amounted to inciting revolt within the armedRead More →

More than 13,000 people have crossed the English Channel since Rwanda’s deportation program was announced, according to new figures. Nobody was sent to this central African country since the policy was announced on April 13 by the Minister of the Interior Priti Patel. Since April 14, 13,016 people have crossedRead More →

In 1959 a group was formed by the Royal Aeronautical Society called the “Man Powered Aircraft Group”. The name was later changed to “Human Powered Aircraft Group” due to the many aviation exploits achieved by women. The Gossamer Albatross was the second human-powered aircraft built by American aeronautical engineer Dr.Read More →

Nearly £500m of taxpayers’ money has been spent stopping migrants crossing the English Channel over the past seven years, research reveals, including huge sums handed over to the French £473million has been spent on security measures to tackle migrants in the canal The Ministry of Defense revealed on Thursday thatRead More →

On July 31, 2003, Austrian daredevil skydiver Felix Baumgartner made history by becoming the first flying human to cross the English Channel. A triumph of science, technology and human will, this parachute jump was one of Baumgartner’s many feats. Join ASGanesh as he takes you on Baumgartner’s flight across theRead More →

australia longest-serving foreign minister called on the UK follow Australia’s lead by backtracking immigrants boats and sea arrivals to third countries. In a damning critique of Britain’s Border Force published on Wednesday, former Liberal leader Alexander Downer described the department as “less than the sum of its parts”, a “sub-optimal”Read More →

Today, more than 100 migrants crossed the The English Channel in tiny boats after a man was rescued by the French navy as he attempted the 21-mile kayak trip. At around 10.30am, the Border Force Ranger ship ferried the first group of 30 to 40 migrants to Dover, Kent. AnRead More →

CHICAGO: The 26-year-old son of Egypt’s Minister of Immigration and Expatriates, Nabila Makram, is facing premeditated murder charges for the murders of two men in California in April. Ramy Hani Mounir Fahim, who lives in Irvine, California, was also charged with two enhancements, each being on the lookout and personalRead More →

Portsea Camp are delighted to be the charity that Nick Martin has chosen to support this year via his Channel swim and we hope to achieve our shared goal of building a new shower and changing room for the children taking part. to our ocean programs. https://www.facebook.com/Nick-Martin-English-Channel-Swim-114367501274762 Portsea Camp hasRead More →

A British student from Loughborough who claims to be a ‘war tourist’ is now considering crossing the English Channel by dinghy after completing his ‘Taliban Adventure’. Miles Routledge, a physics student at Loughborough University, previously visited Ukraine at the start of Putin’s invasion, surfed with the Taliban in Afghanistan andRead More →

The English Channel, seen from the top of the cliffs at Dover (Photo: Matthew Richardson/Alamy Stock Photo). The Royal Navy takes over operational command of Border Force in the English Channel from today. The service will be responsible for intercepting boats carrying migrants. The Prime Minister said the new approachRead More →

An alleged “kingpin” of the people-smuggling operations across the English Channel was arrested and faces extradition. Iranian Hewa Rahimpur was arrested by officers in east London on Wednesday afternoon, the National Crime Agency (NCA) said. The 29-year-old, who lived in Ilford, is wanted by the Belgian authorities, “where he isRead More →

Iranian Hewa Rahimpur, 29, is accused of “systematic trafficking in human beings” and risks being extradited to Belgium. A suspected ‘ringleader’ of cross-Channel people smuggling operations has been arrested in the UK and faces extradition. Iranian Hewa Rahimpur was arrested by officers in east London on Wednesday afternoon, the NationalRead More →