The British government are to examine reports that French officers are “falling short of the standards” expected to stop migrants “illegally” crossing the English Channel.
The Prime Minister’s official spokesperson has said on Tuesday that the Home Office will be in touch with their French counterparts” over the reports.
The government said they expect “rapid action” from the French authorities to help the Prime Minister’s promise to “stop the boats” coming the British shores.
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According to a Express investigation the French police would rather party and drink late into the night than stop migrants and have admitted they allow the boats to sail freely.
According to the Express on French police officer said that “we don’t stop the migrants, it’s not our job to stop them.”
The Prime Minister’s spokesman said, “As the public would expect, we will look into any reports that a small minority of officers are falling short of the standards expected, on both sides.
“If there was any evidence provided of that we would of course expect rapid action.
“But in general terms we are working closely with our French counterparts, this year alone more than 15,000 migrants have been prevented from reaching the UK.”
Britain First Leader has pledged a robust stance on immigration and has vowed in the strongest terms to send “entitled” immigrants “back to where they come from.”
Ashlea Simon the chairperson of the party made the vow on social media in response to the government’s handling of the illegal migrants entering the UK.
Simon wrote on Twitter on Sunday, “Imagine being so entitled that you illegally enter another country and demand housing, demand benefits and demand healthcare.
“In return for what, Our replacement?
“I would send every single scrounging migrant back to where they came from. Britain for the British.”