France makes lame effort to bash Britain with a Brexit stick over migrant plan

France makes lame effort to bash Britain with a Brexit stick over migrant plan

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11/27/2021 2:35:00 PM

France makes lame effort to bash Britain with a Brexit stick over migrant plan

EMMANUEL MACRON and France made a lame effort to bash Brexit Britain amid the ongoing dispute over migrant Channel crossings.

11:32, Sat, Nov 27, 2021Sign up forInvalid emailFranco-British relations plunged to a new low after France reacted badly to Prime Minister Boris Johnson publishing a letter which laid out the UK’s proposals for the Channel crisis online. French President Emmanuel Macron disinvited the British Home Secretary from a meeting with numerous other European leaders which was set up to resolve the issue after 33 migrants drowned while attempting to cross the Channel on Wednesday.

In his letter, Mr Johnson proposed “a bilateral readmissions agreement to allow all illegal migrants who cross the Channel to be returned”.Mr Macron said:"I am surprised by methods when they are not serious.Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron.

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France CANCELS meeting with UK in wake of deaths of 27 migrants Emmanuel Macron delivered a furious rant after Boris Johnson sent him a letter demanding more action on Channel migrants. Won’t let the UK help strengthen the boarder, won’t deter future crossings by immediately taking people back, accusing UKs immigration policies….

France CANCELS meeting with UK on migrants in fury over Boris' letter to MacronFURIOUS France has scrapped a meeting with Priti Patel over solving the Channel migrant crisis. French interior minister Gerald Darmanin has cancelled planned talks with the Home Secretary on Sunda… Are the French having a tantrum because bumbling Boris has made them look stupid? ...who would have thought it. For all those who are new to this working from home Bitcoin trading options Here's a little tip: Get a trusted Bitcoin expert and stick to him Arnoldnike93 Invest and play at similar times each day. Because : In times of chaos, your investment is your anchor to success⚖️ Everyone knows the uk government cannot be trusted with anything

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France cancels meeting with UK about migrant crossings over Boris Johnson's letter'The French have to see there are consequences from their policy of turning a blind eye'. Tory MP Tim Loughton has criticised France for cancelling a meeting with the UK about migrant crossings, saying the French 'have to get real about this'.

Father of first victim of Channel tragedy slams FranceBaran Nouri Hamadamin, 24, was identified as one of 27 migrants who drowned after a flimsy boat capsized in the Channel six miles off Calais in France during stormy weather.

Not doing enough? France senses policing alone won’t stop risky crossingsUK suggestions that the French are not exerting themselves enough belies a more complex situation good They could always and I know this may seem mad but they could just secure their borders France don’t even do the basics

By 11:32, Sat, Nov 27, 2021 | UPDATED: 11:32, Sat, Nov 27, 2021 Link copied Channel migrants: Shapps grilled on Boris Johnson’s letter Sign up for now and never miss the top politics stories again SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Franco-British relations plunged to a new low after France reacted badly to Prime Minister Boris Johnson publishing a letter which laid out the UK’s proposals for the Channel crisis online. French President Emmanuel Macron disinvited the British Home Secretary from a meeting with numerous other European leaders which was set up to resolve the issue after 33 migrants drowned while attempting to cross the Channel on Wednesday. Related articles Royal Family LIVE: Harry and Meghan clinging to royal bonds In his letter, Mr Johnson proposed “a bilateral readmissions agreement to allow all illegal migrants who cross the Channel to be returned”. He wrote: “This would have an immediate effect and would significantly reduce if not stop the crossings, saving lives by fundamentally breaking the business model of the criminal gangs.” In response Mr Macron accused the Prime Minister of not taking the issue seriously after Mr Johnson shared the letter on his official Twitter account. Mr Macron said:"I am surprised by methods when they are not serious. Macron makes lame effort to bash Britain with a Brexit stick over migrant plan. (Image: Getty) Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron. (Image: Getty) "One leader does not communicate with another on these questions on Twitter, by public letter.” But some in France have accused Britain of attempting to have its cake and eat it by wanting to adopt EU measures after it left the EU. They are referring in particular to the ‘Dublin agreement’ on the relocation of asylum seekers to the first EU country they arrived in. Calais MP Pierre-Henri Dumont, quoted in the Telegraph, said: “What we are facing right now is an aftermath of Brexit.” READ MORE: