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UK: ‘Asylum seekers’ to be sent to rural areas ‘for fairer distribution of migrants’



British citizens are being continuously forced to accommodate law breakers who enter Britain from Africa and the Middle East illegally via the English Channel. The UK is overwhelmed with these illegals, so that “some areas have had to house a disproportionate number in local hotels and other accommodation.” Last month, weddings at a luxurious Victorian mansion hotel were canceled to make room for Muslim migrants. Now, government “ministers are looking to provide places in a far broader range of local authority areas,” which includes small rural areas for “fairer distribution.” The UK government should be upholding the rule of law as a fair gesture to hard working, law-abiding British citizens.

Meanwhile, the UK has still not been able to control its Muslim rape gang problem, or the crime surge in locations with high Muslim migrant populations. What could possibly go wrong with this incredibly reckless decision to shuttle the illegals over to small rural areas?

According to the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford, “In 2020, the top five most common countries of nationality of people seeking asylum in the UK were Iran, Iraq, Albania, Eritrea, and Sudan,” which are all majority-Muslim countries except Eritrea, which has a significant Muslim minority. “Of all refugees resettled in the UK from January 2010 to December 2020, around 70% were Syrian.”

“Asylum seekers to be sent to rural areas for fairer distribution of migrants,” by Charles Hymas, Telegraph, November 17, 2022:

Asylum seekers are to be sent to rural areas in an effort by the Home Office to secure a fairer distribution of migrants around the country.

In face of complaints by MPs that some areas have had to house a disproportionate number in local hotels and other accommodation, ministers are looking to provide places in a far broader range of local authority areas.

Figures compiled by The Telegraph show that half of the 120,000 asylum seekers are housed in just 25 local authority areas, equivalent to only six per cent of the 374 councils in England and Wales.

Most of the 200-plus hotels being used to accommodate 37,000 migrants are in city or town centres or residential areas and have been block-booked by the Home Office. It includes a cluster of 20 in the West Midlands, housing hundreds of migrant guests.

It has provoked fury from Tory MPs, led on Wednesday by Jonathan Gullis (Stoke-on-Trent North) who complained hotels in his area were “dumped on” with Channel migrants by private contractor Serco because of the city’s longstanding commitment to take asylum seekers.

“When is the minister going to tell Serco Stoke-on-Trent has done its bit and to no more use it? And if he won’t, why won’t he?” he said.

Robert Jenrick, the Immigration Minister replied: “We are also attempting to procure accommodation in a much broader range of local authorities than has been seen in the past……