“We’re going to stop pretending they’re all in trouble,” Braverman said in an appearance in the House of Commons after a 66-year-old man was attacked with a firebomb yesterday at a reception center in Dover (southeast England). are refugees.” took his own life.
The Labor opposition warned that despite being designed to accommodate 1,600 people, that center is overcrowded some 4,000 immigrants in “inhumane” conditions, and that various outbreaks of disease have been detected there.
The Home Secretary said around 40,000 immigrants arrived on British shores this year, more than double the number in the same period last year, and highlighted an increase in people of Albanian nationality trying to reach the UK from the shores. are.
“People who come here illegally from safe countries are not welcome and should not wish to stay,” Braverman said. Due to lack of space in the migrant centres.
He said, “This government is committed to making illegal entry into the UK impractical. Attempting to do so is unnecessary, deadly dangerous, unfair to law-abiding immigrants and unfair to the majority of law-abiding patriotic Britons.” ”
Facing criticism from Labor protests, Braverman argued that “the British have a right to know who is serious about stopping an invasion of our shores and who is not.”
The British executive started this year to deport Rwanda asylum seekers who fall into its territory so that it is the African country that processes their requests and offers them asylum if it deems appropriate.
Judges, however, paralyzed the plans, the legality of which is being analyzed by the High Court in London.
“We must be clear with citizens. The system is broken. Illegal immigration is out of control,” said the interior minister, who assured that she is working to expedite eviction processes.
“I speak for the majority of civilized, law-abiding patriotic Britons from all walks of life who demand protection,” Braverman said.