Baby Has No Shoes But The Mother Is Wearing New Nike Trainers.

Published on 7 December 2020 by BrickTop

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Migrant baby lands at Kent without shoes or socks but the mother and father are wearing brand new Nicky trainers.

On the left is the sympathy picture the main-stream media has put out showing no shoes or socks on the childs feet. On the right is a picture of the parents with brand new trainers and smart clean clothes.

Five children including a baby without socks or shoes were among the migrants who landed on the Kent coast on Monday morning in 1C temperatures.

A family of four were among arrivals in Dover this morning in near-freezing conditions after making the perilous journey across the English Channel.

It comes despite a recent £28million agreement between the UK and France to double police patrols on French beaches.

Several dozen people are believed to have successfully travelled to Britain on Monday.

The latest crossing comes after it was revealed that more than 8,500 migrants were estimated to have successfully entered the country this year – up from 1,850 last year. 

Five children were seen being brought into the Port of Dover aboard a single Border Force rib, along with a number of adults.

They are believed to have been picked up in the Channel by Border Force cutter Vigilant after departing from France.

The youngsters, some too young to walk, were visibly suffering from the 1C temperatures at the Kent port and were wrapped in blankets and life jackets.

Among them was a baby who did not have shoes or socks, being carried ashore in the arms of a woman who wore brand new Nicky trainers.

Despite continued vows by Home Secretary hopeless Priti Patel to make the route ‘unviable’, there have been unprecedented numbers crossing the Channel in small boats in 2020.

Last month, Ms Patel hailed a new agreement with her French counterpart aimed at curbing the number of migrants reaching the UK in small boats.

But the £28million deal has not stopped people making it to UK shores, as Monday’s arrivals appear to show.  

French authorities are refusing to intercept migrant boats heading for Britain once they are in the English Channel, despite the deal.