While tempers are fraying over the lockdown or not, tempers are NOT fraying over something they should be:
Katie Hopkins was sent a letter. Whether it was authentic or not about the situation is unknown. 150 illegals were put in accommodation in the ‘town’ or community centre.
Mike Pursehouse [pursehouse@Broadland.gov.uk]
One lady, Sally Stapleton. replied:
Badersfield isn’t a town Katie, it’s a small community, made from the MoD homes that were sold when the airbase shut. There’s a small shop, a small clubhouse/pub. Residents had no idea this was going to happen.
Norwich NR10 5JX
A Mary Kane wrote:
Same problem here in Ireland beautiful tourist villages being destroyed by this racket.
Now this is true I’m witnessing it in the teeside area.
There is this:
And the BBC ran a story on 130 coming in:
Home Secretary Priti Patel spoke to her French counterpart last week about possible ways of returning more migrants to France, amid concern at the numbers attempting to cross the English Channel during the UK’s coronavirus lockdown.
Spoke to? Possible ways?
We had a similar thing here a couple of years back but so far they have not done it. I’m wondering if the abandoned building being right next to a rough pub had something to do with it? The pub’s frequented by bikers. There’s a mosque up the road but it’s disguised, no signs anywhere but drivers say that’s certainly what it is.
It suggests the numbers still being so low, they keep shtum until it reaches a certain percentage.
That’s certainly a major worry, also that Patel is doing zero to stem the flow. But more worrying to me is people coming in saying they’re just like us. No they bleedin’ aren’t – report after report is coming out about the trouble these people are.
Even were they not, the surreptitious way it’s being done stinks, under cover of Cv and lockdown.
It also appears Nigel is redeeming himself [after his election sellout] with his current contretemps:
On Monday evening, two officers from Kent Police visited Mr Farage after he travelled to the port at Dover, where he filmed UK Border Force “acting as a taxi service” as they brought illegal migrants that had set sail from France ashore at Dover.