A Tory MP has revealed that “economic migrants” who enter the UK, who are not “fleeing war” are moaning about which schools their children go to.
Jonathan Gullis said that migrants who arrive in the UK illegally are complaining over the state of UK schools and are complaining over their “Ofsted rating.”
The Stoke-on-Trent MP that whilst these migrants are waiting for their asylum claims to be processed by the Home Office they are criticising Ofsted ratings.
Gullis said that the Home Office have a deal “with Rwanda” and it “would be a good idea to enact it.”
Gullis told LBC radio, “We have got this deal with Rwanda in place, it would be good to enact it.
“We have got people in hotels in places like Stoke on Trent who council officials are telling me are studying their PhD at Queen Mary’s University and when they were told which school their children were going to go to complained about that school’s Ofsted rating.
“These are not people coming over here fleeing war, these are economic migrants who are taking advantage of our system and we need to enforce it.”
Many asylum seekers end up in hotels where they are well looked after and catered for, many of whom are living in plush conditions whilst we have homeless veterans living rough.
The Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has vowed to stop aslum seekers living in hotels and has suggested to use disused holiday camps and surplus military areas.
This comes after migrants got into trouble on a dinghy from France in the English Channel which left four dead on Wednesday morning.
A Government spokesman said, “The global migration crisis is causing an unprecedented strain on our asylum system.
“Nobody should put their lives at risk by taking dangerous and illegal journeys.
“We will go further and faster to tackle those gaming the system, using every tool at our disposal to deter illegal migration, disrupt the business model of people smugglers and relocate to Rwanda those with no right to be in the UK.”