Ex-border chief unveils illegal migrant amnesty plan

Ex-border chief unveils illegal migrant amnesty plan
 

Migrants who have entered the UK illegally should be offered an amnesty, according to a former border chief.
Rob Whiteman, who led the Border Agency for two years, said it would make the post-Brexit system "manageable".
Knowing change was afoot could prompt further applications for visas and passports, he told the Guardian.
The UK is believed to be home to as many as 500,000 illegal migrants, although campaign group Migration Watch thinks the figure could be even higher.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson urged a similar plan during the EU referendum campaign - but said only migrants... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Politics, Views: 50
Source: BBC
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