Priti Patel: ‘We’re introfucing laws to clamp down on illegal migration’

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Priti Patel: ‘We’re introfucing laws to clamp down on illegal migration'” – below is their description.

    Home Secretary Priti Patel outlined new plans on immigration which are set to be unveiled by the government on Monday.

    “I think it’s a sorry state of affairs that we see the nationalists in Scotland basically trying to thwart the safety and security of the British public, but also trying to prevent the British government from removing those with no legal basis to be in the United Kingdom.”

    Changes include “digitalizing” the UK borders and “simplifying” immigration rules, Patel said.

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