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Meanwhile, in a parliamentary written answer, Mr Woolas said the UK government spent £26.8m on flights to remove immigrants in 2008/9 - including £18.6m for scheduled flights and £8.2m on charter services.

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Immigration Minister Phil Woolas said the French had promised to step up removal flights and pledged that "these changes will further strengthen the ring of steel that protects Britain".

Do they never wonder why non-English-speaking economic migrants would be desperate to get from France to the UK? I suppose it plays to certain peoples' stereotype that everything on the continent is grim and inferior.

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Immigration Minister Phil Woolas said the French had promised to step up removal flights and pledged that "these changes will further strengthen the ring of steel that protects Britain".

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:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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.....and as the starting pistol for the next general election is fired in the wake of European elections that saw new labour hemorrhage support to the BNP the Immigration Minister promises firm action........

I am open-mouthed with surprise, who could have predicted this. 10/10 for effrontery.

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