Lee Anderson said he felt ‘angry’ and ‘sick’ at the 27 migrants who died crossing the channel

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‘It will happen again and again until we get a grip on this situation’

Conservative MP Lee Anderson says he feels ‘angry’ at the ongoing migrant crisis and that the UK needs ‘to come to some sort of agreement with France’.

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