‘Our troops should invade northern France and shoot dead the people smugglers’ says Kelvin MacKenzie

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Kelvin MacKenzie, former Editor of The Sun, gives his views of illegal immigration after over 11,000 people have crossed the Channel in small boats in 2022.

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