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    The EU's top court has ruled that a law requiring refugees to seek asylum in the first country they reach applies even in exceptional circumstances.

    The case, brought by Austria and Slovenia, could affect the future of several hundred people who arrived during the migrant crisis of 2015-16.

    The ruling concerns two Afghan families and a Syrian who applied for asylum after leaving Croatia.

    EU court says Austria can deport asylum seekers - BBC News
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    yes indeed lets see how well it is implemented.

    actions speak louder than words.

    also this again only affects those who try and go through the proper channels

    the dodgy ones, the ones we really do not want are not going to be caught or affected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    the dodgy ones, the ones we really do not want are not going to be caught or affected.
    Shouldn't the UK customs, immigration, and border force do something and catch them, then? We're an island, FFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    Shouldn't the UK customs, immigration, and border force do something and catch them, then? We're an island, FFS.
    Actions speak louder than words, and for several years now, all we've had is words from the Home Secretary and the Prime Minister about how Europe is to blame, but absolutely no actions taken by said person to tackle the issues even though it was completely within her control and nothing to do with Europe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    Shouldn't the UK customs, immigration, and border force do something and catch them, then? We're an island, FFS.
    Read somewhere: ...once they are in an EU country (Tourist visa, Schengen etc), it damn too easy to get into UK. They go to Ireland -> N.Ireland -> UK

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    The great Brexit betrayal

    So just to summarise, the economy is going down the pan, the pound is dropping, the NHS can't recruit nurses and there will still be open borders.

    NIGEL Farage warned supporters that Theresa May’s Government has “sold out” Brexiteers by following an “open–door immigration” policy that was “dramatically rejected by the electorate”.
    ...and lets face it when the sh*tty deal is put on the table in 2019 or 2020 there will still be an open borders agreement.

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    Nothing new here, we have always been able to do this. It's the main reason why immigrants are fingerprinted so they can be returned to the point of entry.

    The fact our legal and asylum system is so terrible at processing them is not the e.u. fault.

    Brexit will mean there is more workload on the Home Office dealing with immigration issues from the other European countries now they will all need a visa. So if you can get into the UK as you will pretty much likely be allowed to stay as sorting out visas for fruit pickers and nurses will be more important...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    ...and lets face it when the sh*tty deal is put on the table in 2019 or 2020 there will still be an open borders agreement.
    Err, no there won't. Because that would mean upon leaving the EU, we wouldn't have one of the main benefits of leaving the EU (no more free movement of people (not skilled labour).
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    Quote Originally Posted by rl4engc View Post
    Err, no there won't. Because that would mean upon leaving the EU, we wouldn't have one of the main benefits of leaving the EU (no more free movement of people (not skilled labour).
    And you think that the government of the day (eg Labour) won't be agreeing ?

    ....interestingly control of non-EU migration is off the agenda because the government is too busy with Brexit, whilst spectacularly failing to stop EU-immigration, as they do the U-turn on the transitional deal.

    Leave voters voted to leave the EU not stop immigration.

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    They are preparing for penniless Brexiteers turning up on their doorsteps as 'refugees'. whining about how unfair life is to them.
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