A total of fourteen suspected illegal migrants have been rescued off the coast at Dover this morning after two dinghies were seen.
The first was intercepted by the Border Force at 1:30am, before a second was seen at 8.25am.
On November 16, five migrants who entered the country and were discovered at Killingholme port were passed to social services after claiming to be children.
On November 14, two boats were found off the coast. There were seven men, one woman and a toddler on the first and 10 men on the second.
Later that day, five people were recovered from a small boat off Ramsgate.
Local MP Charlie Elphicke has said: “The Home Office say they have stepped up patrols in the South East, yet clearly not enough is being done.
“The numbers we are seeing are unprecedented and deeply concerning.”
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