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Kent Council say a few more days and they wont be able to take more unaccompanied children from France.

740 so far this year ......70 this month.

Once in the care of the council, they have to be looked after for years.

Uk has already given £100 million to France to stem this .

Where are all the boats ,engines ,life jackets all being stored?

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jumpstart - 2020-08-13 8:30 AM

 

Kent Council say a few more days and they wont be able to take more unaccompanied children from France.

740 so far this year ......70 this month.

Once in the care of the council, they have to be looked after for years.

Uk has already given £100 million to France to stem this .

Where are all the boats ,engines ,life jackets all being stored?

 

So a 16 year old kid has to be looked after for 10 years? ;-) ............

 

 

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jumpstart - 2020-08-13 8:30 AM

Kent Council say a few more days and they wont be able to take more unaccompanied children from France.

740 so far this year ......70 this month.

Once in the care of the council, they have to be looked after for years.

Uk has already given £100 million to France to stem this .

Where are all the boats ,engines ,life jackets all being stored?

In an Immigration Service compound in Dover, as has frequently been shown on TV news. There are a lot of them!

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Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:51 PM

 

jumpstart - 2020-08-13 8:30 AM

Kent Council say a few more days and they wont be able to take more unaccompanied children from France.

740 so far this year ......70 this month.

Once in the care of the council, they have to be looked after for years.

Uk has already given £100 million to France to stem this .

Where are all the boats ,engines ,life jackets all being stored?

In an Immigration Service compound in Dover, as has frequently been shown on TV news. There are a lot of them!

 

 

I meant where do they hide them all in France?

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jumpstart - 2020-08-13 1:02 PM

 

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:51 PM

 

jumpstart - 2020-08-13 8:30 AM

Kent Council say a few more days and they wont be able to take more unaccompanied children from France.

740 so far this year ......70 this month.

Once in the care of the council, they have to be looked after for years.

Uk has already given £100 million to France to stem this .

Where are all the boats ,engines ,life jackets all being stored?

In an Immigration Service compound in Dover, as has frequently been shown on TV news. There are a lot of them!

 

 

I meant where do they hide them all in France?

 

 

In boat, engine and life jacket shops.

 

:-|

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Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

They get deported like else where in the world.

But, as pointed out in my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees) it is not that straightforward. Legally, they cannot just be deported.

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Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 2:59 PM

 

jumpstart - 2020-08-13 1:04 PM

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

They get deported like else where in the world.

But, as pointed out in my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees) it is not that straightforward. Legally, they cannot just be deported.

 

Yet >:-) ..........

 

 

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Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 2:59 PM

 

jumpstart - 2020-08-13 1:04 PM

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

They get deported like else where in the world.

But, as pointed out in my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees) it is not that straightforward. Legally, they cannot just be deported.

 

Yet >:-) ..........

You're just bitter since realising the time you spent as an illegal in Spain every year is over after voting to end your own FoM. (lol)

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pelmetman - 2020-08-13 3:10 PM

 

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 2:59 PM

 

jumpstart - 2020-08-13 1:04 PM

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

They get deported like else where in the world.

But, as pointed out in my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees) it is not that straightforward. Legally, they cannot just be deported.

Yet >:-) ..........

Yet? Do you expect the UK to withdraw from those other obligations as well? And if we did, where would that leave the UK in the world?

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Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

 

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

 

The same Dublin regulations that prevented a further 19 being sent back ... So now the tax payer will carry on housing, feeding, clothing and lining lawyers pockets because of those same regulations ... Sooner its dumped the better

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Birdbrain - 2020-08-13 5:18 PM

 

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

 

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

 

The same Dublin regulations that prevented a further 19 being sent back ... So now the tax payer will carry on housing, feeding, clothing and lining lawyers pockets because of those same regulations ... Sooner its dumped the better

So you didn't read my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees), either? If you think that will be in any way "better" I think you are labouring under a serious delusion.

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Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 5:15 PM

 

pelmetman - 2020-08-13 3:10 PM

 

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 2:59 PM

 

jumpstart - 2020-08-13 1:04 PM

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

They get deported like else where in the world.

But, as pointed out in my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees) it is not that straightforward. Legally, they cannot just be deported.

Yet >:-) ..........

Yet?

 

1.....Do you expect the UK to withdraw from those other obligations as well?

 

2.....And if we did, where would that leave the UK in the world?

 

1......Yep ;-) .........

 

2......Ahead of the curve B-) .......

 

 

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Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 2:59 PM

 

jumpstart - 2020-08-13 1:04 PM

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

They get deported like else where in the world.

But, as pointed out in my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees) it is not that straightforward. Legally, they cannot just be deported.

 

 

 

But Brian these are illegal immigrants. " Quote who are in violation of immigration laws of that country"

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Birdbrain - 2020-08-13 5:18 PM

 

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

 

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

 

The same Dublin regulations that prevented a further 19 being sent back ... So now the tax payer will carry on housing, feeding, clothing and lining lawyers pockets because of those same regulations ... Sooner its dumped the better

So you didn't read my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees), either? If you think that will be in any way "better" I think you are labouring under a serious delusion.

 

"serious delusion" is just yet another to add to the long list you say I suffer from ... Means nowt

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Birdbrain - 2020-08-13 5:18 PM

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

The same Dublin regulations that prevented a further 19 being sent back ... So now the tax payer will carry on housing, feeding, clothing and lining lawyers pockets because of those same regulations ... Sooner its dumped the better

So you didn't read my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees), either? If you think that will be in any way "better" I think you are labouring under a serious delusion.

"serious delusion" is just yet another to add to the long list you say I suffer from ... Means nowt

No Antony, it means I think you're just fooling yourself. But be my guest! :-D

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Brian Kirby - 2020-08-14 9:48 AM

 

Birdbrain - 2020-08-13 7:16 PM

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 5:27 PM

Birdbrain - 2020-08-13 5:18 PM

Brian Kirby - 2020-08-13 12:52 PM

Which is being done under the Dublin regulations. So what happens after 1/1/21?

The same Dublin regulations that prevented a further 19 being sent back ... So now the tax payer will carry on housing, feeding, clothing and lining lawyers pockets because of those same regulations ... Sooner its dumped the better

So you didn't read my 8 August post in the "Migrants" string, (including the cut and paste from Fullfact on international law relating to refugees), either? If you think that will be in any way "better" I think you are labouring under a serious delusion.

"serious delusion" is just yet another to add to the long list you say I suffer from ... Means nowt

No Antony, it means I think you're just fooling yourself. But be my guest! :-D

 

"But be my guest" ... No thanks ... You might be better offering your kind hospitality to those boat folk your so keen areas other than yours take in Tinkerbell

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