Jenrick: First Asylum Seekers to Be Moved Out of Hotels Within Days

Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick has confirmed asylum seekers will finally start moving out of their taxpayer-funded hotel rooms in the coming days, with the first of 50 hotels closed shortly. The whole process will last until January…

Jenrick told the House:

“Ever since the Prime Minister, Home Secretary and I assumed office one year ago, we have been clear that this was completely unacceptable and must end as soon as practicable… The first 50 of these exits will begin in the coming days and will be complete by the end of January. But we will not stop there. As we continue to deliver on our strategy to stop the boats, we will be able to exit more hotels.”

The hotel bill for the 50,000 migrants is costing the taxpayer a whopping £8 million a day…


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