UK Judge Speaks Out: ‘Country Can’t Cope’, More Than 1 Million Illegal Immigrants May Be In London Alone

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As few as one in twenty failed asylum seekers are being deported by authorities after having their applications turned down, an asylum judge in Britain has revealed. Consequently, there may be as many as one million illegal immigrants living in London alone. Three million migrants are thought to be arriving in Europe each year, according to the judge, who has had to remain anonymous as speaking out without the express permission of the Home Office contravenes their rules. “Can Europe really sustain three million people coming to its shores every year?” he asks, in an article for the Mail on Sunday. Whilst acknowledging that some cases are deserving, the judge admits that the vast majority of cases which come before him are not. “[T]o describe [those who need our support] as a minority of those who appear before me is a tragic understatement because the truth is that the great majority of the claimants at my tribunals are not attempting to escape persecution at all. They are economic migrants, pure and simple,” he says. He adds: “The discrepancy between the official figures and what is actually going down the pipes shows there are a million more people in London than