France & UK ‘equally responsible for creating circumstances where migrants aren’t safe’ | The World

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France’s interior minister has cancelled a meeting with his British counterpart after London suggested adopting Australian-style tactics to combat people smugglers. It comes after the deaths of 27 migrants trying to cross the English Channel. Mollie Gerver, an expert on refugee and immigration policy at the University of Essex, tells The World both France and the UK are “equally responsible for creating circumstances where migrants are not safe”.

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