Migrants land in Dover hours just hours after deadliest Channel crossing kills 27 people

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Migrants land in Dover hours just hours after deadliest Channel crossing kills 27 people” – below is their description.

A group of migrants have landed in Dover on Thursday morning, just hours after the deadliest Channel crossing killed 27 people.

Pictures show the RNLI helping men, women and children ashore in Kent.

Despite the appalling conditions on the English Channel, British officials intercepted two small boats with around 40 people on board.

They were brought into the harbour at Dover, Kent by lifeboat around 5am in cold, wet and windy conditions.

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