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Migrants resume Channel crossings after weather put five-day halt to people traffickers


Migrants resume Channel crossings after weather put five-day halt to people traffickers as Liz Truss insists asylum seekers will still be sent to Rwanda

  • People including small children in blankets were brought to shore in Dover today
  • The total number to make the dangerous crossing in 2022 has passed 32,000
  • The PM insisted this morning she was sticking with controversial Rwanda policy

Crossings of the English Channel in small boats have resumed today after weather put a five-day halt to people trafficking operations.

A group of people was brought to shore in Dover, Kent this morning following a small boat incident in the Channel, the world’s busiest shipping lane.

People, including a small number of children, were wrapped in blue blankets and carrying their…



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