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kris86x

kris86x

  Voted Yes
sara.j.hughes

sara.j.hughes

  Voted Yes
yermaw74

yermaw74

  Voted Yes
ovidiupop68

ovidiupop68

  Voted Yes
Molli McG

Molli McG

  Voted Yes
watervole

watervole

  Voted Yes
clarey

clarey

  Voted Yes
G7813160t

G7813160t

  France already stops migrants in the Channel, if they are still in French territorial waters. However, once they are in British waters they becomes the UK's responsibility. To be honest, if migrants are brave or desperate enough to attempt a crossing of the busiest shipping lane in the world, then they deserve to be rescued and treated with some humanity. Most of us can only imagine what they are fleeing from. Once in the UK, those who may have a legitimate claim to asylum once due process has been undertaken should be considered for a right to remain. Those who clearly don't should be sent back or deported, but only if it can be shown that they will not be endangered by doing so.
spartan3002

spartan3002

  Voted Yes

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