Fourteen Kent Council leaders have written to the British Secretary of State following the growing problem at the Manston Immigration Centre. Fourteen local governments say they are currently at a “breaking point” and overburdened counties.
The KCC has announced that there will be no places for grades 7-9 in Kent schools because many immigrant children are attending school today. They say it was due to the “unexpected and therefore unplanned” arrival of refugee children who the Home Office disproportionately placed in these two regions. is being used to educate immigrant children instead of their own.
There are also current problems with overcrowding and disease at the Manston site. Manston still has 3,500 people in custody, which is far from the level believed to be under his 1,000, which the government considers a manageable level. The KCC also said there were growing concerns about potential disruption.
About 600 immigrants had moved from the Manson site by 7 p.m. yesterday, according to North Thanet MP Sir Roger Gale. He expects the number to return to about 1,500 by the end of the week as hotel vacancies are secured. And he said he didn’t actually deal with it. North Thanet MP Sir Roger Gale said, “This must never happen again.”
Governments have spent years trying to resolve this issue and speed up the asylum process, but instead of focusing on pressing issues, much of their time has been hesitating and deporting each other as prime ministers. have spent
Problems abound now, and the government is overwhelmed with asylum applications and red tape.
Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick said the use of the word ‘invasion’ reflects the very real concern some people feel as they see small boats arriving almost daily in places like Dover. It says it does.
He then said, “This job requires you to choose your language carefully. It’s not a phrase I’ve used, but I understand the need to be candid with the general public.”
The Home Office is facing a lawsuit over the conditions at the Manston Immigration Processing Center – reports say an asylum seeker was removed from the site and ‘abandoned’ at London’s Victoria Station. He said a judicial review was underway after reports of severe overcrowding were being held. He expressed hope that Manston would return to “legal compliance” soon. This means that we are aware that we are not currently compliant.