More than 500 migrants have crossed the English Channel to the UK in just three days, including a toddler today, as it was revealed France is expected to demand £30million to help stem the flow of migrants across the Channel. Another 151 migrants made the dangerous crossing on Saturday, bringing the total the number to arrive in the UK to 532 since Thursday and 4,000 since the start of this year. Up to 12 migrants, including a small child, were seen being brought ashore in Dover earlier this morning aboard patrol boat Speedwell. French authorities are also said to be active in the Channel today. Groups of migrants were seen being brought ashore in Dover yesterday, just a few hundred metres away from where beachgoers basked in the roasting 33C sunshine. Individuals wearing blankets and lifejackets were seen arriving in Dover aboard a Border Force boat on Saturday afternoon, while others were reported to have landed on Kent beaches. The latest landings come as it was revealed France is expected to demand £30million to help stem the flow of migrants across the Channel. A source today told The Telegraph French officials have asked the UK to pay the staggering figure to help fund more… Read full this story
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