UK – Sunak’s Five-Point Plan To Halt Illegal Immigrants

The country plans to house asylum seekers in ex-military bases to stop illegal immigrants from entering the country.

As a part of Sunak’s five point-plan aimed at halting the arrival of illegal migrants, the new Prime Minister has chosen to put a stop to the use of hotels as housing facilities for asylum seekers. It has been estimated that, today, 400 hotels across the country host a total of 50 thousand refugees.

This costs the government and the British people up to 6.8 million pounds every day. The impact has not only been on the government and on the taxpayers but, has also on small businesses in the tourism sector, which have seen a decrease in requests and revenues due to the current accommodation system.

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