Flurry of migrant crossing attempts
The Herald|January 14, 2022
BORDER Force and the RNLI have been busy in the English Channel yesterday as calm conditions prompted a flurry of crossing attempts.

A young child wrapped in a lifejacket and wearing a beanie hat was among those seen being helped up a gangway in the port of Dover.

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