FORTY PER CENT of Channel migrants are from ALBANIA – not a country devastated by war of famine – secret military report reveals
- 696 people cross the English Channel on Monday, the highest number this year
- One man in a kayak had to be rescued by Border Force on Friday morning
- The government has spent £493 million over seven years trying to stop migrants
Forty per cent of Channel migrants are from peaceful Alabnia – not a war-torn nation, according to a secret military intelligence report, Mail Plus reveals.
The revelation comes on the day a man on a kayak had to be rescued by British authorities yesterday after attempting to cross the channel alone.
A further 288 people crossed the English Channel on Friday, August 5, taking the total number of migrants…