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A British plan to house migrants on abandoned military bases or boats to end their homes in hotels | news

Within weeks, the British government will announce new plans to move migrants from hotels to military bases or abandoned boats, Sky News reported on Saturday.

Previous proposals to use holiday camps and student hostels to accommodate migrants are unlikely to be implemented, the report said.

The government has indicated it wants to stop using hotels to house asylum seekers.

A Home Office spokesman said: “We are always reporting the crisis our asylum system is facing due to the unprecedented increase in dangerous and illegal journeys into the country.”

“We are continuing to work with the government level and local authorities to define accommodation options,” he added.

Earlier this month, the government detailed new legislation that would ban the entry of asylum-seekers arriving in small boats across the English Channel, denying them the right to seek asylum and detaining them “deporting them to a safe third country.” – Rwanda.

The bill has faced criticism from many international and local human rights organizations in Britain, with some charities saying it is impractical and could criminalize the efforts of thousands of asylum seekers.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak justified his approval of the plan by his government’s inability to address the boats plying into the country, adding that he had “tried everything” and had no choice but to refuse all those arriving on these boats. Right to Asylum.

Sunak made stopping the boats a priority after the number of migrants arriving on England’s south coast rose by 500% in two years to 45,000 last year.

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