Mirgrants At Napier Barracks Now Get Luxury Hotels

Published on 27 January 2021 by BrickTop

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The illegal benefit leaches that protested in Kent will now be moved to luxury hotels.

English people living on the streets in the UK will get NO help from the Government.

Around a hundred illegal benefit leaches will now be moved to luxury hotels to make it easier for people to social distance at the site in Folkestone.

A statement on the Folkestone and Hythe District Council website said: “The Home Office is responsible for Napier Barracks and in line with advice from Public Health England, the Home Office is temporarily moving a number of asylum seekers out from the Napier accommodation facility into self-isolation facilities, in order to allow others at Napier to self-isolate more easily.

“FHDC welcomes this decision as it means greater social distancing is possible in the barracks – reducing the potential spread of Covid.”

One hotel in the district and several outside of the district will be used.

A Home Office spokeswoman added: “In line with advice from Public Health England, the Home Office is temporarily moving a number of asylum seekers from the Napier accommodation facility into self-isolation facilities, in order to allow others at Napier to self-isolate more easily.”

Napier Barracks was first used in September last year with the capacity to house up to 431 illegal benefit leaches who are claiming asylum.