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World migrants: How the British count to put a brake on the crossings of the

15:05  25 november  2021
15:05  25 november  2021 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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sleeve the UK wants to harden its system of asylum. A bill includes creating a "subclass" asylum seekers and condemning smugglers to life imprisonment.

  Migrants : comment les Britanniques comptent mettre un frein aux traversées de la Manche © Provided by FranceInfo

There is "urgency" to increase their joint efforts: Wednesday, November 24, Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron agreed to "intensify their efforts" in order to fight the fatal crossings of the Channel by Migrants wishing to join England from France, after the sinking that made 27 dead in the Channel.

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The French President informed the British Prime Minister "that he was expecting the British they cooperate fully and they abstain from Instrumentalize a dramatic situation for political purposes, "said Elysée Thursday, November 25. As at November 20, 31,500 migrants had left the coast since the beginning of the year and 7,800 migrants had been saved. According to London, more than 25,000 migrants have passed the crossing over the first ten months of the year. Regularly, Boris Johnson makes ads but what about tools to prevent these crossings over-sleeved?

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Refugees of "second category"

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The British government prepares a reform of the asylum system. This project, defended by the Minister of the Interior Prii Patel, allows in particular to convict smugglers to the prison in life, while the maximum sentence currently incurred and 14 years old. This law also creates an immigrant status of "second category", those who arrive illegally but that it is impossible to return home because their security is not assured. And since they chose the illegal path, according to this law, these refugees will have very few rights on the British soil. This arsenal is intended to dissuade crossing candidates.

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The British Minister of the Interior also has more concrete projects for the Channel. On September 9, Prii Patel threatened to return some boats to France. In fact, these are jet-ski agents who are supposed to escape shipments filled with migrants to their starting point, the French littoral.

In fact, it never happened. Very opportunely, after this ad, of Jet-skis were seen training off the Douvre. But it's very complicated to set up and perilous for the boat concerned. And this poses a serious problem in terms of maritime law and international law.

Obtaining more restrictive nationality

Once on the British soil, migrants must request asylum. To obtain it, one must justify a risk for one's life in its home country. If the application is accepted, the person concerned may remain in the United Kingdom with his children and his wife or husband. After five years, she will be able to claim British nationality, which a bill wants to question. Prii Patel wants to create second zone citizens, in a way, to avoid the call of air, make Britain less attractive for this immigration suffered.

If the asylum application is rejected, the person may be expelled. But where ? Brexit complicates the situation. In the European Union, clandestine is returned to the country of the area by which it entered. The United Kingdom left Europe and therefore left this agreement. Since the beginning of the year, only five migrants have been returned to the continent.

And then there are refugees who lead a life in the shade. It is estimated that they are about one million people. British society is very communalized. In London, Birmingham or Manchester, whole quarters are populated by Sudanese, Iraqis, Albanian ... Among them, there are undocumented devices that do not necessarily speak English, work in black and have no legal existence. A life of misery with the permanent fear of identity control.

Tunisia. Nearly 500 migrants rescued by Navy .
© Fathi NASRI / AFP migrants, rescued by the Tunisian authorities, arrive at the port of El-Ketef in Ben Guerdane, Tunisia, June 27, 2021. The Navy Tunisian rescued offshore, Friday, November 26, nearly 500 migrants from Libya. Nearly 500 migrants from Libya were rescued Friday, November 26 by the Tunisian Navy after the cap of the boat that carried them off Tunisia, said the Ministry of Defense.

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