Syrian Refugee & Migrant Watch Chairman Debate Migrant Crisis & Britain’s Involvement | GMB

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Priti Patel is being put under ‘immense pressure’ to halt illegal Channel crossings. More than 24,500 migrants have reached the UK already this year.

Should Britain accept more migrants to solve the crisis?

Broadcast on 24/11/21

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