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As many as 50 new migrants would have to be removed from the UK under new immigration enforcement measures announced today, in what is said could be the largest removal of migrants in the UK’s history. Many of the people who will be sent back home will be in the country illegally – up to 3 percent of the total population – meaning their homes could be turned into a prison.
The Home Office has been criticised for only now announcing the new measures, with several senior government figures voicing reservations.
Some of the new measures would be implemented next month, others could take a further year to come into force, while there’s still an indefinite period of time on the statute of limitations for some of the crimes the migrants will be prosecuted for.
The measures announced today were announced last week, during the final week of migration. They were in response to a request from the Home Secretary, Amber Rudd.
“We’re determined that we get this right and that we don’t see this as an immigration issue that we solve alone,” Rudd told MPs in the House of Commons yesterday.
The Home Secretary said that the UK had to face up to its role in the immigration debate with its “long, and painful” history. She said she wanted to bring immigration to a halt, as she believed that a “zero tolerance” approach was not “the right solution.”
The moves were not welcomed by everyone.
“The UK’s current immigration system is broken and we welcome the tough new measures.” said Lord Dubs, former Conservative peer and author of “The Great Migration: How Britain was transformed by globalisation.”
“But we believe it’s also time that the UK was judged by its citizens first, and not just by those who have paid for immigration to the country,” said Tom Blenkinsop, Labour’s shadow communities secretary in the House of Lords.
“The Home Office has got it wrong,” warned Conservative MP Philip Davies. “It is a matter for the Home Secretary and we hope she will reconsider her
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