3600 refugees entered in the UK in 3 months: report

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However, refugees were trying to enter the UK without being detected, either hidden in vehicles on the ferries to Dover, in the Channel tunnel or on freight trains arriving in Folkestone.

3600 refugees entered in the UK in 3 months: report

A report by published by Chief Inspector of Prisons Peter Clarke shows that over 3,600 migrants arrived in the UK through the Channel between July and September last year.

Chief Inspector said that hundreds of refugees who made it across the Channel in the early autumn were detained in “wholly unacceptable” conditions in a freight shed with nowhere to sleep other than a concrete floor.

“Those who left the insanitary makeshift camps near Calais and made it through the Channel tunnel under lorries and freight trains were held in a lorry bay in Folkestone, Kent, with no clothing, food or hot drinks provided,” Peter Clarke said.

He also said that there were 381 children detained at centers in Dover and Folkestone.

“It was clear that the unprecedentedly high number of people arriving from France had led to a strain on the infrastructure,” Peter said.3600 refugees entered in the UK in 3 months: report

However, refugees were trying to enter the UK without being detected, either hidden in vehicles on the ferries to Dover, in the Channel tunnel or on freight trains arriving in Folkestone.

Already, the Europe is facing an unprecedented influx of refugees who fled from the war zones in Africa and the Middle East, particularly Syria.

Although, there is a strong accusation against the west of fostering terrorism in the Middle East, which is being considered as the main reason behind the departure of refugees from their home countries.

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