Record Number of Boat Migrants Cross English Channel in June

The number of illegal aliens crossing the English Channel soared to record heights in June, according to reports.

More than 2,000 migrants arrived on British shores in just 30 days, the BBC has determined.

The previous one-month record of 1,951 was reportedly set in September of 2020.

Hundreds of migrants made the crossing in the final days of June, bringing the monthly total over 2,000 for the first time.

Around 107 migrants arrived on Monday and another 150 were ‘rescued’ on Tuesday.

“These dangerous crossings will only come to end when migrants and traffickers alike know that they can't break into Britain in this way,” said Natalie Elphicke, a Conservative MP representing the coastal city of Dover, where many migrants are brought ashore by U.K. authorities.

"That means doing much more to stop the boats leaving France in the first place, turning boats around wherever they are in the Channel, taking them back to France, and returning illegal entrants."

Brexit architect Nigel Farage recently warned 20,000 migrants could reach England via the Channel this year, smashing all previous records.

Infowars Europe has frequently reported on the monumental increase of illegal migration along the English Channel in recent years.

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