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Suspected migrants seen being intercepted by border guards off coast of Dover

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Suspected migrants seen being intercepted by border guards off coast of Dover

Suspected migrants seen being intercepted by border guards off coast of Dover

Border guards have been seen intercepting three dinghies containing suspected migrants heading across the English Channel towards Dover.

Around 20 people were seen being taken to a quayside Home Office facility in Dover after the boats were towed towards land by a Border Force cutter.

This latest crossing follows a fresh wave of attempts by migrants to travel from France to the UK in small boats.

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