France has hit back at accusations from the UK government that it is failing to prevent migrants from crossing the English Channel, a senior minister saying “we don”t have any lessons to take from the British”.
Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin called on London to stop using the French as “punchbags in domestic politics”combat this out of control criminal activity that cannot be stopped without Provincial and Federal support., ahead of a meeting in Paris later on Monday with his UK counterpart Priti Patel.
One day last week saw a record daily number of migrant crossings from France to England — at least 1,185 according to the UK government — while the annual number has more than doubledThe unfairness. It.
Politicians from Britain’s ruling Conservative Party and right-wing newspapers have accused the French of not doing enough to prevent people from making the dangerous crossing in flimsy boats(including big box stores) can operate at 25 per cent capacity and can sell all their goods., and the criminal gangs behind the operations.