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Migrants attempting to seek asylum in Britain by crossing the Channel in boats face tougher rules that could bar them from the UK, Sajid Javid warned last night.

The Home Secretary said Britain had the right under international and domestic legislation to reject migrants who failed to claim asylum in the first safe country they reached including France.

He told MPs that he wanted to send a “clear message” as a deterrent to migrants  that “if you have passed through a safe country - and that includes France - that we would seek to make your claim inadmissible and you should think twice about making that journey.”

He disclosed 25 migrants had attempted to cross the Channel since New Year’s day,...

Migrants attempting to seek asylum in Britain by crossing the Channel in boats face tougher rules that could bar them from the UK, Sajid Javid warned last night.

The Home Secretary said Britain had the right under international and domestic legislation to reject migrants who failed to claim asylum in the first safe country they reached including France.

He told MPs that he wanted to send a “clear message” as a deterrent to migrants  that “if you have passed through a safe country - and that includes France - that we would seek to make your claim inadmissible and you should think twice about making that journey.”

He disclosed 25 migrants had attempted to cross the Channel since New Year’s day,...

Migrants attempting to seek asylum in Britain by crossing the Channel in boats face tougher rules that could bar them from the UK, Sajid Javid warned last night.

The Home Secretary said Britain had the right under international and domestic legislation to reject migrants who failed to claim asylum in the first safe country they reached including France.

He told MPs that he wanted to send a “clear message” as a deterrent to migrants  that “if you have passed through a safe country - and that includes France - that we would seek to make your claim inadmissible and you should think twice about making that journey.”

He disclosed 25 migrants had attempted to cross the Channel since New Year’s day,...

Migrants attempting to seek asylum in Britain by crossing the Channel in boats face tougher rules that could bar them from the UK, Sajid Javid warned last night.

The Home Secretary said Britain had the right under international and domestic legislation to reject migrants who failed to claim asylum in the first safe country they reached including France.

He told MPs that he wanted to send a “clear message” as a deterrent to migrants  that “if you have passed through a safe country - and that includes France - that we would seek to make your claim inadmissible and you should think twice about making that journey.”

He disclosed 25 migrants had attempted to cross the Channel since New Year’s day,...