Over 1,500 Migrants Attempt English Channel Crossing in Two Days

More than 1,100 migrants reached the U.K. via the English Channel last weekend while over 400 more were caught in the act by French authorities, according to reports.

In total, more than 1,500 illegal crossings were attempted on Friday and Saturday as the historic Channel crisis continues unabated.

At least 40 vessels loaded with migrants and smugglers from around the world were intercepted at sea by U.K. authorities operating a de facto ferry service for foreign invaders.

"On Saturday, Border Force picked up 491 migrants on 17 boats, while the French authorities prevented 114 people from making the crossing," the BBC reports.

"On Friday 624 people crossed on 23 boats, with 300 more being stopped by the French authorities."

September was another record-setting month as nearly 3,900 illegal aliens reached U.K. shores, bringing this year's total to over 18,000 – up from 8,460 in 2020 – according to the Home Office.

In early June, Brexit architect Nigel Farage warned more than 20,000 migrants could cross the Channel this year.

Thousands of migrants amassed in French coastal regions this summer in hopes of eventually reaching the U.K.

Infowars Europe has frequently reported on the monumental increase of illegal migration across the English Channel in recent years, as well as the havoc wreaked by illegal aliens after they are placed in asylum centers or hotels across Britain.

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