Migration

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    Video caption: Patel: French police presence on beaches 'doubling'

    Home Secretary Priti Patel announces measures agreed with France to combat illegal Channel crossings.

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    Video caption: Paris police break up migrant camp amid scuffles

    Scuffles broke out at a square in central Paris when police dismantled a new migrant camp overnight.

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    Video caption: Migrant crisis: Hundreds evicted from emergency Gran Canaria camp

    Police remove hundreds of migrants from an emergency camp at a port on the Spanish Canary Islands.

  4. Ministers still to finish full migration policy

    BBC Radio Jersey

    There will be more restrictions on who can come to live and work in Jersey soon, but ministers have not yet formulated a full migration policy.

    They were expected to announce one in the States on Tuesday, but said officials said they still needed more data.

    That is despite the island's government trying to come up with a coherent policy for several years.

    Politicians did announce new nine-month, four-year and 10-year housing and work permissions, which they plan to introduce for anyone hoping to move to the island from next year.

    However, Murray Norton, from the Chamber of Commerce, said those plans would put a burden on businesses, and could put some important workers off coming.

    Quote Message: This is going to be difficult for businesses to manage in many ways. You're going to see costs. Before, if you were bringing people from outside the EU, there would have been a visa cost and there would have been a work permit costs. Those costs, which are the same, will now apply to EU nationals." from Murray Norton Jersey Chamber of Commerce
    Murray NortonJersey Chamber of Commerce
  5. Home Birds

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    Video caption: Naturalist Brett Westwood considers migration in differing forms from the DRC to the UK.

    Naturalist Brett Westwood considers the journeys that both cuckoos and people make from the DRC to get to the UK. Exploring why and how they come and perils encountered en route.