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2 hours ago, Loiner said:

There would have been as soon as their legal status was regularlised. The other EU nations would have been more than happy to pass them on to the UK through the Open Borders or by any other means. Do you honestly believe that Italy, Greece etc would keep them all forever???    

 

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Hypothetical. However, the number of vetted refugees permitted entry into the UK would still have been under the authority of HMG. A very different proposition to that inferred by Farage.

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9 hours ago, Loiner said:

Nothing hypothetical about the EU redistribution plan. The Remainers and sympathisers in HMG would have tried to allow as many as possible under the EU banner. 

Usual opinionated nonsense. Refugee resettlement quota numbers p.a. are set in advance by the Home Office.

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2 hours ago, Loiner said:

Yes, I know but you still keep posting it don’t you. 
Were we still an EU member they would be set by Brussels and accepted by Home Office europhiles. That won’t be happening now. 

Good to see you finally accept reality check. However, again misinformation by you e.g..

 

Britain has refused to take part in the scheme, having separately promised to resettle 4,000 refugees this year and 20,000 over five years – the first few of whom arrived on Tuesday, the UK government announced without giving details.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/sep/22/eu-governments-divisive-quotas-deal-share-120000-refugees

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On 2/5/2020 at 5:34 AM, simple1 said:

Usual opinionated nonsense. Refugee resettlement quota numbers p.a. are set in advance by the Home Office.

But is that quota under legal resettlement or does it mean the illegals as well?

 

If you think that his post is usual opinionated nonsense.

 

Why don't you post some links to back up what you posted?

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1 hour ago, billd766 said:

But is that quota under legal resettlement or does it mean the illegals as well?

 

If you think that his post is usual opinionated nonsense.

 

Why don't you post some links to back up what you posted?

"Illegals' more often than not are visa over stayers and are not classified as refugees / asylum seekers by HMG. However, under UK law positively vetted asylum seekers / refugees cannot be prosecuted for illegal entry to the UK e.g. trafficked. 

 

If a member makes a claim should they should back up with a credible link, not just opinion, not for me to disprove. In this case, FYI, there are many credible sources for numbers of resettled refugees, policies and so on in the UK. As an example....

 

https://fullfact.org/immigration/how-many-refugees-does-uk-take/

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28 minutes ago, simple1 said:

"Illegals' more often than not are visa over stayers and are not classified as refugees / asylum seekers by HMG. However, under UK law positively vetted asylum seekers / refugees cannot be prosecuted for illegal entry to the UK e.g. trafficked. 

 

If a member makes a claim should they should back up with a credible link, not just opinion, not for me to disprove. In this case, FYI, there are many credible sources for numbers of resettled refugees, policies and so on in the UK. As an example....

 

https://fullfact.org/immigration/how-many-refugees-does-uk-take/

Anyone turning up uninvited having funded their way in this manner cannot seriously be expect to be treated other than as an economic migrant and should be backloaded immediately to their last safe haven (French point of departure?) or deported to their homeland or taken to a UN processing facility nearest to their homeland; Where possible not at UK's expence.

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2 hours ago, evadgib said:

Anyone turning up uninvited having funded their way in this manner cannot seriously be expect to be treated other than as an economic migrant and should be backloaded immediately to their last safe haven (French point of departure?) or deported to their homeland or taken to a UN processing facility nearest to their homeland; Where possible not at UK's expence.

International Conventions Rule of Law states otherwise. 

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16 minutes ago, simple1 said:

International Conventions Rule of Law states otherwise. 

They also state quite clearly that refuse must be sought in the first safe haven. From there they can be processed by the UN.

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8 minutes ago, evadgib said:

They also state quite clearly that refuse must be sought in the first safe haven. From there they can be processed by the UN.

Incorrect. 

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35 minutes ago, simple1 said:

International Conventions Rule of Law states otherwise. 

Really? Show me where it says that.

 

I have even provided the link about it using the quote from you. Sadly as usual you forgot to provide a link, as usual.

 

https://www.un.org/ruleoflaw/what-is-the-rule-of-law/

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