ADDRESSED TO PRITI PATEL, THE HOME SECRETARY, AND BORIS JOHNSON, THE PRIME MINISTER
It has been reported that 250 'refugees' and 'asylum-seekers' (read: illegal immigrants) are to be housed in a former Army training camp in the small village of Penally, South Pembrokeshire, without any consultation involving the local council.
This comes hot on the heels of a similar proposal for Napier barracks in Folkestone, Kent, where the local council was kept uninformed by the authorities until the last possible moment.
Why can't these facilities be used to house the estimated 10,000 homeless veterans sleeping rough on our streets?
Although the camps are described as 'COVID-secure', Britain First has seen first-hand that the illegal immigrants in similar circumstances are still allowed to roam the streets, a situation that has led to major problems.
The housing of such large numbers of illegal immigrants has resulted in an exponential rise in crime and anti-social behaviour (including harassment of the local female population) and the unnecessary exposure of local residents to infectious diseases.
We, the undersigned, say 'NO' to this ill-considered use of ex-Army camps and demand that all illegal immigrants should be housed solely in completely secure detention camps until such time as they can be processed and/or deported: