Conservative Deputy Chairman Lee Anderson has responded forcefully to charities concerned about a new barge docked in Bournemouth to host asylum refugees.
“If they don’t like barges, they should f*** off back to France,” he shouted.
The remark reflects growing dissatisfaction with the way leftwing NGOs and lawyers are attempting to rig the system in order to prevent any control over the migrant situation in the UK.
It was revealed earlier today that the leftwing NGO Care4Calais, whose activists have links to the Labour Party, was involved in an attempt to prevent 500 refugees from being housed on the massive barge Bibby Stockholm, which is docked on the south coast.
This comes after years of trying to unpick regulations to defend Britain’s borders from an increasing number of illegal migrants, notably thousands on small boats crossing the English Channel.
Mr Anderson, the MP for Ashfield, added: “I think people have just had enough.
“These people come across the Channel in small boats, if they don’t like the conditions they are housed in here then they should go back to France or better not come at all in the first place.”
By the beginning of July, 13,000 illegal migrants had come across the Channel in small inflatable boats, often at the hands of people smugglers and human traffickers to who they had paid thousands of pounds.