FOUR teens have been arrested over the alleged rape

Four teenagers who came to the UK on small boats as asylum seekers have been arrested in connection with an alleged rape of a 15-year-old girl in Dover. The attack took place at a school in Kent and involved Afghan children who arrived alone last year. Kent Police confirmed they were investigating the incident and said the four children had been released on bail while investigations continued. FOUR teens have been arrested over the alleged rape

Sources close to the investigation told The Times that three of the boys allegedly restrained the girl and acted as lookouts to prevent her from running away from her while the fourth boy raped her. Late last week, one of the boys, aged 15, was arrested on suspicion of rape and the other three, aged between 13 and 16, were arrested on suspicion of facilitating the attack.

A Kent Police spokesman said he is “investigating a report of a sexual offense involving a teenage girl and a teenage boy in Dover on the afternoon of Monday 6 February 2023.” “Four children were arrested as part of the investigation and have since been released on bail while investigations continue.”


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FOUR teens have been arrested over the alleged rape

The teenagers, who arrived in Britain unaccompanied, are reportedly in the care of Kent County Council social services. The total number of migrants crossing the English Channel this year exceeded 2,000, Home Office figures revealed. On Friday, 110 people in three boats crossed the Channel, bringing the total number of people brought to the UK this year to 2,070.

There have now been more crossings in 2023 than in January and February 2022 combined. Analysis of provisional figures shows that 1,180 people were brought to the UK in January 2023, compared to 1,339 in January 2022. So far, 890 people have been brought ashore in 20 boats in February 2023. Analysts estimate that a fifth of the migrants who entered the UK on small boats last year were unaccompanied children.

Afghans are said to make up a large population of unaccompanied minors entering the UK. They are reportedly the second largest group of nationalities crossing the Channel. The ministers have not ruled out the deportation of unaccompanied children as part of the proposed plan to send migrants to Rwanda.


The controversial scheme has been embroiled in legal challenges and so far no flights carrying migrants to the African nation have left. Yesterday Sutton Coldfield Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell said the scheme was worth exploring but was not the “full answer” and argued it will have only marginal benefit in stopping small ships crossing the Channel.

He also rejected the idea that the UK could withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) over plans to tackle the problem of small boats carrying migrants across the Channel. On Channel 4’s Andrew Neil Show, Mr Mitchell, who has criticized Rwanda’s scheme as an MP, said if it was to have ‘any’ benefit, it would not be ‘all the effort we have to make’.Read More…..

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