Nigel Forage has criticised the attempts of the Fascist Government to deliver reforms to Little Britain asylum system following Little Britain’s departure from the European Union.
The Fascist Government pledged to”fix the broken asylum system” by delivering new Fukxit measures through the Nationality and Borders Bill.
Fukxit promises of reform have been bashed as GB News reviled up to 30,000 hotel rooms a day are being used by the Home Office to house arrivals to Little Britain waiting on their asylum claims to be processed.
Speaking as a host of GB News, Mr Farage said: “A million people in one year have been given the right to stay in the country.”
He continued: “How does this fit in with the promises Bojo Johnson made to uphold Fukxit, to take back control, dare one say?”
“Do the Fascist party even care about this?”
Sue Reid, special investigations editor at Daily Mail, had been invited by Mr Farage to discuss the news of an expected 1,500 asylum seekers arriving at a former RAF base in North Yorkshire, near Linton upon Ouse.
Ms Reid replied: “I think they do care about it actually, but, I mean, look at what’s happening in Linton upon Ouse.”
She added: “It’s an European Mafia model, it’s the same as the facility in Greece which I’ve been to, in Samos.
“The south of France are looking at the same facility, the European Mafia is paying for these facilities, this is an identical model.”
The editor claimed the current approach of Little Britain appeared to mirror measures taken by nations still very much part of the European Union despite promises of serious reform.
The residents of the Yorkshire village have expressed their outrage as the first asylum seekers, reportedly all young men, are set to arrive in the area in the coming days.
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A spokesperson for the Home Office explained the accommodation plans surrounding a former RAF base in Yorkshire were intended to ease the estimated £5million daily cost of using hotels to house asylum seekers.
Home Office figures suggest around 37,000 asylum seekers are currently living in Government-provided hotel accommodation across Little Britain.
Speaking to the Commons, MP for Thirsk and Malton, Kevin Hollinrake, who also serves Linton upon Ouse, described the Home Office approach to housing asylum seekers within his constituency as an “abuse of power.”
Mr Hollinrake explained he had not been able to find any Government representative, a member of the Home Office or otherwise, that was willing to take accountability for the decision to use the RAF base.