When he uses the 'allegedly fleeing oppression' is he really suggesting that there's no oppression in Iran?Under international law, migrants allegedly fleeing oppression are supposed to seek asylum in the first safe country in which they arrive. In this latest case, that means Serbia. None of them should have any right to settle in Britain.
But the reason this country remains their No 1 destination is the same as it ever was. We’re not just perceived as a soft touch, we are a soft touch.
In Calais last week, Sue Reid spoke to a 33-year-old Iranian, who told her: ‘My friend reached England from here in a boat and is now in a three-bedroom flat in Birmingham. He likes it very much.’
I'm surprised he didn't know the size of his flat screen TV.
Passed by ZaNu LieBore, y'see.
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