‘We wish we’d stayed in France’: Four Sudanese asylum seekers who crossed the Channel in a dinghy and are now being held in converted Army barracks in Kent complain they are ‘being kept like animals in pens’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

‘We wish we’d stayed in France’: Four Sudanese asylum seekers who crossed the Channel in a dinghy and are now being held in converted Army barracks in Kent complain they are ‘being kept like animals in pens’

Their journey spanned five countries and almost 3,000 miles but ended with the Border Force having to rescue them from a flimsy dinghy in the English Channel.

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